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Thank you for your question
Yes, you may convert your Roth IRA to a Traditional IRA.
(that was the answer to question1)
My question was converting from traditional to Roth.
question2-no, earned income is not a requirement for the conversion.
Even though high income earners can convert to a Roth IRA they may not be able to contribute additional funds. Roth IRA eligibility rules are still in place.\
Please see below for more in depth information:
IRA FAQs - Rollovers and Roth Conversions
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Thanks for the info. But just to make sure, you answered the question 1: "Yes, you may convert your Roth IRA to a Traditional IRA."
Did you mean convert from Traditional to Roth?
OK, I see that you signed off, it is pretty late. If you can give me a brief answer tomorrow I'd appreciated. I am pretty sure you meant the other around, but just want to make sure. Thanks!