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would like your opinion on whether you'd convert this scenario to a roth ira. it'll cost us 28,000 so it's an important decision.
example 1: example 2:
100k in ira 100k in ira
retire in 20 yrs(at 63) retire in 15 yrs(at 58)
current tax bracket 28%
pension funds and social security for income at 70k accumulating now as a married couple. MANY THANKS TO ROY TMFTAX AND KAT IN CHICAGOLAND FOR GREAT INFO.
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