Happy New year to all,I've converted my regular to roth IRA. The old IRA had a cost basis of 17k (non-deductable contributions) and a value of 50k. Thus a total of 50-17=33k is taxable and spread out over four years. 33/4 = 8.25k per year of taxable income.Is that 8.25k taxed at the cap gain rate (0.2 for most people, if held more than a year)?Also, any errors with the tax basis computations?Thanks ag
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