Why are you contributing to a Trad. IRA for your wife, then switching it to a Roth?Why not put it directly into the Roth?If your income is too high, you may not be able to contribute directly to a Roth IRA. While the income limits on conversions have been lifted, they haven't been lifted on direct contributions.Hence the need for the extra machinations.-ChuckInside Value Home Fool(Whose income has never been high enough to disqualify him from Roth IRA contributions but who would be happy to have to go through that extra step.)
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