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Old 01-28-2010, 12:43 PM
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Does NJ tax SEP-IRA contributions?

I am fairly certain that NJ taxes traditional IRA'a and of course ROTH IRA contributions, but what about SEP-IRA contributions? I am converting my SEP-IRA to ROTH. I know I'll have to pay NJ tax on any gains in my SEP-IRA, but not sure about the orginal contribution.



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