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Move to Tax-Free Investing with a 2010 Roth Conversion
You Could Benefit from Roth IRA 2010 Changes
The Roth IRA has long been considered an ideal tool for growing wealth investments grow tax-free in a Roth IRA and all qualified withdrawals are tax-free after the age of 59 ½. Plus, in contrast with a Traditional IRA there are no required distributions at 70 ½.
It is the perfect retirement investment vehicle for many but there is a catch (isn't there always a catch?). You can only take advantage of the Roth IRA if you met income limitations.
However, changes are coming in 2010 that could open the Roth IRA to everyone.
Beginning in 2010 the Roth Conversion means No Restrictions
Beginning in January 2010, converting your Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, is easier than ever with added benifits. The Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) limits on a Roth IRA will be lifted for conversions. This is exciting news to investors who have wanted a Roth IRA, but were never eligible.
Discover how you can benefit from new 2010 Roth IRA conversion eligibility rules...