TMFPixy wrote:Therefore, why recharacterize a Roth contribution?Pixy, the reason -- as I see it -- is that a person normally in a 15% tax bracket won't want to make a Roth contribution and pay 28% taxes in a year in which his/her income uncharacteristically was large enough to put him/her in the 28% bracket.Did you still disagree, taking that into consideration?Thanks.
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