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What I meant was are the brackets:
< 20K Taxed at 15%
< 65K Taxed at 28%
< 115K Taxed at 35%

These are all hypothetical numbers since I don't know them.

What I am trying to figure out is if adding my entire Roth Conversion to my income this year would bump me up to the next higher tax bracket.
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