Where will your income come from that will put you into that tax bracket?If, like me, it's from IRA withdrawals and we keep our current tiered tax system, then I think you will pay less in taxes with a traditional IRA even though you are in the "same tax bracket".I don't know (where the income would come from).But every time I read an article about converting, they *always* say that you might be in a higher tax bracket. I think maybe this is just a way to either add drama or to tilt the argument toward their desired position (which is usually to convert).I agree with you. Since I've retired I have discovered that it's almost trivially easy to stay in a low tax bracket. The ability to choose where your money comes from gives you a lot more flexibility than if it's from W-2 income.
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