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OK, I have been watching this, and I have the same problem, almost.

For 2004, My wife and I have already put in $3,000 each to our Roth IRA's. (we do monthly pulls on the money)

For 2004, our income will be over the AGI limits.

From what I am reading here, all I need to do is take $3,000 from the ROTH IRA and transfer it to a Traditional IRA, and also file form 8606 stating I contributed $3,000 to a non-deductible IRA.

Am i right?

Thanks

Paul
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