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My income was very limited this year but we have lots of tax deductions so I thought this would be a good year to do conversions from my IRA to ROTH because I can easily absorb the regular income from the conversions into my taxable income. Now I am wondering, is there a limit to the number of
conversions one can make into one ROTH account within the year? I'm
rather sure there is no $$ limit but I'm getting worried about the
number of different conversion transactions I can do. I know there
is a very knowledgable author here who will give me a correct answer
and for that I thank you in advance.
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