Roth Conversion Questions & Unemployment Contributions to a Roth: Q&A #2016

April 18, 2020

Roth Conversion Questions & Unemployment Contributions to a Roth: Q&A #2016

Jim and Chris take their time answering two questions today about Roth conversions and unemployment contributions to a Roth.

(4:38) George from Minnesota wonders what are some considerations for doing a Roth conversion as someone in their 50s: how much should he convert? What are some potential pitfalls?

(33:04) A 38-year-old listener has some questions about using unemployment benefits to contribute to Roth accounts and the tax ramifications.

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