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Even in the early days of Roth IRAs, there was no limit on the number of partial Roth conversions that you could do. The limit that was there, and has since been lifted, was an income limit of $100k in income on being able to do a conversion. If you had more than $100k in income, you were not eligible to convert from a Traditional account to a Roth account.

I agree that there is no legal limit. My 401K administrator limits the number of conversions per year. It is unlikely that an IRA administrator would limit the number of conversions per year but it is not impossible.
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