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To qualify for the 1998 Roth IRA roll over, you can not file married filing separately but must file married filling jointly. The roll over will be prorated 25% as income over the years 1998, 99, 00, 01.

Question: If you qualify for the roll over by filing married filing jointly in 1998, is there an IRS requirement that you must then file married filing jointly in 1999, 00, 01 or can you file married filing separately in 1999, 00, 01? Do you have an IRS reference to this in the IRS regs for 408a or other reference.

Email response to altrussell@usa.net appreciated.

Thanks for any replys.....
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