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Well, converting has nothing to do with your 401k. The taxes you will pay will come out of your normal income. If your income allows, and you can afford it, I would convert. the benefits far outweigh the downside.

As far as your 401k goes, do you like the choices? If so, continue to max it out. Well, now I confused myself. If you both max out your 401ks and IRA's, your only option is taxable investments, correct?
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