Thanks for the reply. I've been out of town. You are right. I could do it that way. I was going to use a speadsheet since your suggestion works till I hit 70 1/2 and then am forced to take out 401K/Traditional IRA monies at a proportion to life expectency. With a spreadsheet I could determine if I should be converting more to a Roth even though it would kick me into a 28% bracket but avoid the 39% bracket I will hit with my remainder balance being large enough to put me there at 70 1/2. I would just have to use the "present" brackets and adjust it they changed from year to year.I guess I'm trying to optimize my net holdings and minimize my taxes (but then aren't we all?).Thanks again.
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