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Last year I did a big Roth conversion, and expected the tax consequences, but it may be that my "artificially high" income for the year could make me ineligible for the third round of Coronavirus stimulus.

Also did a partial ROTH conversion in 2020. I'm deferring filing 2020 until the stimulus bill passes. If there is an issue, I won't file until after the stimulus is paid.

Also, the same recommendation for widowed sister-in-law. She retired last year and it caused a spike in her income for 2020. Income in 2019 and 2021 are lower.
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