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Subject: Rollover to Roth IRA & AGI Limit Date: 11/13/1997 12:40 AM
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Hello Everyone,

I have read through this board on Roth IRAs but still have some questions about the AGI limits on Rolling over a regular IRA in 1998 to spread the taxes over four years.
Is the AGI $100,000 limit for the 1997 or 1998 tax year?
If it is for the 1998 year, is there an update on what happens if I rollover early in 1998 and then go over the AGI limit at the end of 1998?
I assume this AGI limit is on a Filing Status of Married Filing a Joint Return or is it $200,000 for this Filing Status?
Can we use a Married filing seperate return status to get around a two income AGI over $100,000?

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