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I am 75 years old. My wife is 71. I have conventional IRA's totalling about $350000 and my wife has IRA's of about $140000.I have been taking the minimum required withdrawals for the past four years. My wife will start this year.My question: Are there any conceivable advantages to either or both of us converting to a Roth IRA?
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