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Are Traditional Nondeductible IRA Contributions the Same as Roth?

The key difference comes when you take distributions.

Question: I read that one could contribute to a nondeductible IRA with aftertax dollars and then convert that IRA to a Roth. I thought any aftertax, nondeductible IRA was by definition a Roth. Can you explain the difference?

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