Traditional to Roth IRA Stock transfer

sandeepamrutia Member Posts: 1 Newcomer

I have stocks in my traditional IRA, I have never made any profit in traditional IRA, is it possible to move stocks from traditional to roth IRA? do i need to pay any taxes on it?


  • KFine3325
    KFine3325 FreeTaxUSA Agent Posts: 45

    Yes, you can convert funds that were contributed to a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. If you received any deduction on your tax return for the traditional IRA contributions when you made them, then the amount of those funds you convert to a Roth IRA is taxable. Please make sure to consult with the fund manager about your options to make sure you're making the best decision based on your circumstances.

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