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Investing Blog Roundup: Roth Conversions and SEP IRAs

Happy Friday, dear readers. :)

Five Cent Nickel recently concluded a series in which he reported step-by-step on a clever tax strategy he implemented. It only applies to a small group of people: investors with self-employment income who have made non-deductible IRA contributions in the past. But if you’re in that group, it’s well worth the read:

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the link Mike!

  2. Thanks, Mike. On the topic of rolling deductible contributions into a qualified plan prior to doing a Roth conversion, The Finance Buff also just posted a really nice summary the approach:

    http://thefinancebuff.com/the-backdoor-roth-ira-a-complete-how-to.html

    It even has little graphics which help to clarify exactly what’s going on.

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