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From the WSJ article:
"According to the financial advisory Web site Moneychimp.com, an investor who converts a $25,000 IRA into a Roth IRA will have $28,033 more in their retirement account after 20 years. That assumes a 35% tax rate and 10% growth of investments over that time." Is this all or only part of the truth?
John
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