WPatch,thanks for your reply. i greatly appreciate it.i understand your position in regard to the contributions made from "1995 on". however, do you think that i would need to pay taxes essentially twice on the contributions made prior to 1995 in this conversion process?i can't imagine that the irs would require you to pay taxes on previous "nondeductible" contributions just because you did not take a dedcution when you could have (as long as an effort was made to reflect said contributions on form 8606). but, i could be wrong.again, we are talking less than $3,000 in contributions over the years. once again, thank you for your help.
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