I am probably in that same "tax bracket" but there's a way around that. You put it into a standard IRA, then roll it into the ROTH. My Edward Jones person does it for me every year. I get no tax break for the standard IRA doing this, but I do get to ROTH invest. Here's a news article about it.But the big caveat is that this changes a lot when you have other traditional IRA money. We never did the conversion as it did not make sense for us given our particulars and how much money we have in other IRA vehicles.Thanks for the suggestion, but we are in that exception area since we do have traditional IRAs already.
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