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As an aside, if you wanted to, you could still contribute to a traditional IRA for 2009 then immediately convert to a Roth.

With the caveat that there can be no other Traditional IRAs, including Rollover IRAs, that have pre-tax money in them.

If there are Traditional IRAs that have pre-tax money, the conversion is pro-rated between the pre-tax and the after-tax/non-deductible, and you will owe taxes on the converted amount that is not after-tax. See IRS form 8606 for details.

AJ
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