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In my research, conclusion was, if you anticipate retireing at a higher tax rate than you currently pay then it is advantageous to switch to a roth. However if you anticipate a lower tax rate the remaining in a traditional roth makes sense.

Converted my wife's IRA to a Roth but left mine as a traditional, her IRA was 1/10 of mine, so the taxes were managable.

There is some logic for having both IRA giving some flexability.

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