Greetings, Youtoo, and welcome. You asked:<<What are my best options here? How would a conversion to Roth be a benefit?(if at all) >>A conversion depends on a number of factors not the least of which is how the taxes due will be paid, the tax rate today versus that in retirement, how long the money will stay in the account before withdrawal, and estate concerns. It is different for everyone, but I can say I have seen very few cases where a conversion makes sense. Making an annual contribution to a Roth is almost a no brainer, but the conversion is a different can of worms entirely. For some of the considerations involved in using a Roth, see my analysis in post number 1567 on this board at http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?id=1040013000441002&sort=postdate.Regards..Pixy
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