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Subject: Re: Newbie Question - Traditional IRA vs. Roth Date: 5/23/2006 11:50 AM
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Thanks everyone. I'm in the process of hunting down a rep/agent to change into another investment within the IRA. Otherwise, I'll transfer it to another TIRA provider; all without using the words "cash out".

Speaking of not cashing it out, some of my coworkers are under the impression that if I don't touch the money in any way I can move all of the traditional IRA money into a Roth without any tax implications. This is something that I'll pass by my tax guy but ... it doesn't sound all that kosher to me. Does anyone have any experience with this or know if that would be the case?
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