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Author: jmbarnes Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 75878  
Subject: Re: cap gain/roll to roth Date: 10/22/1997 9:56 PM
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Hey Pixy:
Thanks so much for the help. You fools are doing a fabulous job of staying on top of all these boards. I thought of one more question after reading your response to jnamken (#534). what I'm wondering is if I have to figure the value of my traditional IRA on 1/1/98, or can I watch the value and roll to Roth when the value drops. I doubt it will make much difference with my small amount (+/- 11K), but I do have some stocks in the IRA which are pretty volatile.

Thanks again,
JMB
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