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Man I love this Roth IRA concept. I did not realize It was there for last two years. I am glad I contributed for year 1999.Can I contribute one more for year 2000. But the problem is I am not sure how much income I am going to earn. If that income crosses Roth IRA limits(say 150K).How do I do with that Roth IRA . Can I convert it back to traditional IRA despite the fact that I have 401K.


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