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I studied http://www.fool.com/taxes/2000/taxes000218.htm where it discussed Example #1.

In this example, the person expected to be under the AGI limitation, but it turned out he was not at the end of the year.

Two questions:

1. The article says "2. Or... he can transfer the ENTIRE balance of this Roth IRA to a traditional IRA." Does ENTIRE mean the $2000 for the current year or the balance since inception (which could be several years)?

2. For tax year 2000, is the AGI limitation for joint filers still $150,000?

Thank you.
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