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My plan is to do Roth Conversions for the next 7 years to age 72 to continue to whittle down the size of my IRA with the goal of of leveling out my tax liability in the future.

What is your constraint on how much to convert? I assume you are filling up one of the tax brackets.

I am soon to be 62 and may retire at the end of 2021. I would have a decade to do Roth conversions.

I can delay SS until 70. I also will have a pension that can be delayed but the reward for doing so isn't nearly as generous as SS. So it's not clear if that makes sense
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