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In 1998 I converted my regular IRA into a ROTH IRA, less than 10K. I opted to split the taxes over foru years and have thus far paid for 1998 and will be paying 1999 as soon as I file.

My question is this, since it is before April 15th, 2000 can I make a 2K contribbution for 1999 and go ahead and make my 2K contribution for 2000? Or am I limited to only being able to contribute for 2000?

Thanks,

Pearce
pearce@subdimension.com

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