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In 1998 I rolled a 401(k)into a mutual fund as a traditional IRA. I do not, nor plan to, contribute funds to this acct., as I have a new 401(k)/profit-sharing plan with my current employer. My plan is to just let this small amount of money ($1,400.00) grow until retirement. My question is this: Should I turn this into a Roth and take the tax hit on it now so that I can withdraw it tax-free at retirement? It seems that it would be the wat to go, but any advise would be greatly appreciated.
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