I have an interesting question about traditional IRA funds converted to a ROTH IRA.Contributions to your ROTH IRA can be withdrawn penalty free before retirement age, but earnings must be left in place. But what do funds converted from a traditional IRA qualify as. Since those funds have been taxed, they aren't really "earnings". Do they qualify as "contributions" (i.e. can they be withdrawn penalty free?), or is there a third "converted funds" category?Bruce
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