JamesSFO wrote:Won't the T-IRA affect your "mega backdoor roth" conversion proportional to the size of the T-IRA vs. the conversion?
retiredjg wrote:I'm not sure a Solo 401k is worth the cost with so little to invest in it at this time. Then again, I don't know what it would cost.
nisiprius wrote:You don't need to stop at 100%. You can open a margin account and use leverage.
Tamales wrote:TradingPlaces wrote:This poll is a very good idea and extremely poorly implemented.
Short of typing in the name of every company on earth into the poll, and having a YES/NO response for each, how would you have done it?
stlutz wrote:I would only do it with a tax-advantaged account. Otherwise, think of what your Schedule D will look like with hundreds of individual securities.
eloshine wrote:I understand that I'm eligible to take a tax deduction on the $5,500 for my Traditional IRA (employer does not provide a 401k or similar program)
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nps wrote:Should I forget the Roth conversion for now and maybe just do it well into the future when avoiding the Child Tax Credit phase out is no longer a consideration?
Xanadu wrote:Shouldn't they have to disclose what specifically that money is used for and how it is allocated?
Ijim wrote:(again, other than spending personal time) what is the downside of rebalancing more frequently than each quarter?
dbCooperAir wrote:I have not made it thru all the details yet, but on the face of it I would not mind a little more Roth space if I can get a few years worth anyway.