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Ask Ed Slott: Converting to a Roth IRA

I want to convert to a Roth IRA in 2013. Did the 2013 tax law add any income limits to a Roth conversion?

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Comments (2)
I'd add another question when doing this type of investment research. Is the plan open or closed, meaning can you buy any product or are you limited to the company's products. For example, if you went with Vanguard for your Roth IRA you might have non-Vangaurd products you are interested in and some companies limit you to their products.
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