If the availablity of this is possible without reducing current earned (W2) income, would love to know for myself how to make Roth IRA contributions when you exceed income maximums.I'm pretty sure if you don't have a Traditional IRA, start one, fund it, and immediately convert it to a Roth. That's how...But if you have any other Traditional IRA's, I think you'd have to convert all of those, too...In our case, we had no Traditional IRA's when we converted, so we funded brand new ones and converted tax free. Well, almost tax free. In the time it took to convert, we had 2 cents in interest on each account. So, I guess we have to pay tax on the 4 cent total... :-)
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