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I have one traditional IRA and one Roth which I opened
by converting a chunk of my IRA in 1998. I am just
starting SEPP withdrawls this month from my traditional IRA. I have been
toying with the idea of converting additional amounts
over the next few years, but my gut (a reliable indicator for me) told me that I should make sure it was permissible if I am also doing SEPP. Something told me that it might not be allowed. But can I make a partial conversion of my traditional IRA if I am doing SEPP? Thanks again.

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