Roth IRA Conversions In 2010

The buzz about Roth IRA conversions is getting louder. And why not: For the first time ever, higher-income taxpayers can convert their traditional IRAs into a Roth. Beginning in 2010, the prior restriction for taxpayers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) above $100,000 is eliminated. Also, you can split the tax bill for a 2010 Roth conversion evenly over 2011 and 2012. (You report 50% of the income in each of those years.)
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