Since I can't open one more IRA for year 2000 ,can I convert my existing Traditional IRA to Roth IRA and trade the stocks and never pay the taxes.You can convert any portion of a traditional IRA to Roth in any year in which your AGI is under $100,000.You have another option with respect to the year 2000 contribution, and it's one you should use if the account has gained value. You "recharacterize" the year 2000 contribution (and the earnings on it) as a Roth IRA contribution. Your IRA custodian should have a simple form for this.TMF ExROPhil Marti
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