<<On death at least, you get a stepped-up basis value anyway, thus rendering the question moot I would think.>>It's not clear what would be meant by stepped up basis in the case of assets held by a Roth IRA owned by a decedent. In any event, the assets are not necessarily distributed immediately after death, so there is the potential for a difference between the value at the time the property comes out of the Roth IRA and the value at the date of death.KAT in Chicagolandwww.fairmark.comTax Guide for InvestorsNow featuring Roth IRA information
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