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In 1998 I converted a chunk of my IRA to a ROTH and opted for the 4 year tax spread. Can I make additional
qualified conversions as long as I meet the AGI requirement? Is their a limit to the number of conversions that can be made and is their a limit to
how many can be made in a given year? Would a conversion made this year violate any of the stringent
rules governing my SEPP withdrawls?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

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