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Pixy, if you are here: how do I calculate the tax I would owe if I converted a traditional to Roth IRA. THe traditional is a combo of deductible and non.
Also, is this tax payable next year when I file? Can I use capital loss carry foward for this tax too?
Do you agree that the only reason to convert would be if I thought my tax rate would be the same or higher upon withdrawals?
Thank you and thanks to anyone else who may reply.
jaroman
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