Ask an Advisor: I’m in the Highest Tax Bracket and ‘Plan to Be There Moving Forward.’ Should I Do a Roth Conversion?

If you ask some financial professionals, the answer to this question might be a resounding no, and the discussion would be over. But there are arguments for doing Roth conversions, even if you are in the highest tax bracket.

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