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So if we reach that magical $150K income mark and can't contribute any longer, whats stopping us from withdrawing the whole amount tax free from the Roth, placing it in a regular bank account, then using that same money to then open a traditional IRA?

The sense God gave a goose.

Assuming you could roll a Roth into a traditional (you can't), what sentinent person would want to convert tax-free earnings into taxable earnings?

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