Watch out for the Pro-Rata rule when converting to a Roth! If you are trying to perform a back door Roth by contributing non-deductible contributions to a traditional IRA and then convert that to a Roth, the IRS will look at all amounts of a traditional IRA and divide that by the non-deductible contribution amounts to ascertain the tax free conversion.
The Pro Rata Rule prevents people from only converting non-deductible IRAs (after tax) to Roth IRAs and thus avoiding the taxes that would normally be involved in the conversion process.
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