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looks like first WAG cost about 600 dollars; the 2d WAG another 1700
ie, paying $3200 or so, when "the plan" was to pay a couple hundred

unless i can move some back tomorrow without Complication or Consequence


Not to worry unless you do something silly tomorrow. You have until October 2012 to recharacterize 2011 conversions. So relax until the software and your numbers are final, then come back if you need guidance on how to proceed.

Phil
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