David Braze,In your article of 8/8/00, you commented1. I want to ensure I don't run out of money before I die.My initial response was that if you find yourself inthe position (perhaps due to not making the best withdrawal decision) of taking money out of an IRAin a larger amount than would be desired doesn't meanyou have to spend it. If you reinvest the "extra" money, you might minimize the risk of "running out ofmoney before I die."Also, were you going to discuss the ROTH IRA?Might the ROTH IRA address several of the issues youraised in your 8/8/00 article?I would sure benefit from more info on the ROTH IRA.My concern: If I convert, say, 20% of my IRA each yearfor 5 years, and pay taxes each year, and let the converted ROTH IRA sit for 5+years, is it worth it?In terms of paperwork when I retire, it would be mucheasier.But what concerns me is how to evaluate paying taxesnow, and allowing the ROTH IRA to grow, and "recovering"the mo
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