Based on the article below, it seems that if I roll my 401K (very large) from my former employer into an IRA, I can then no longer take advantage of the “back door ROTH IRA contribution” because I’ll have too much in an IRA and can no longer roll the $6500 ($12000 married) tax free into a Roth.Is that a correct reading of the pro-rata rule?-=-=-=-=-http://www.marketwatch.com/story/pro-rata-rule-and-your-ira-...
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