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My understanding was that(since 2010)there is no longer any AGI cap for Roth conversions. Am I wrong?

No, you're not wrong. But the post that you are responding to was written in 1997, when there was a limit in place. While reading posts from over 20 years ago may be interesting, given that many tax rules have changed since then, I would suggest starting with more recent posts if you want current tax rules.

AJ
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