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Thanks AJ.

You're welcome.

So lets say we open a Roth and are contributing for lets say 10 years and in that 10th year we surpass the $150K mark. Can we then roll it all into a traditional IRA to continue contributions?

Nope - you just leave it in the Roth. It will grow as a Roth and you won't have to pay taxes on any of the withdrawals (again, assuming that Congress doesn't change the law).

Forgive my questions if they seem elementary. I am a pilot by trade, not a finacial anything.

Better to ask questions and learn than to make mistakes. And this is a great place to learn.

AJ
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