I have a rollover IRA and a recently opened Roth IRA. I have been contributing to my rollover IRA for quite a few years. For three years back in the late 80's, I contributed to my rollover IRA with after tax dollars since I was not eligible for the write off.I want to take these after tax dollars out of my rollover IRA and put them into my Roth IRA. In this way, there is a clear distinction between my rollover IRA which has all before tax contributions and my Roth IRA which has all after tax contributions.My broker said I need to take a distribution from my rollover IRA and then deposit this into my Roth IRA. I do not want to pay tax on this money twice. How do I do this and complete my taxes correctly. Dave
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