If you or your clients change their mind prior to paying your annual taxes and decide you do not want to convert your IRA, you have the option to do a recharacterization. This is a process that allows you to redefine all or part of the Roth IRA conversion as a contribution to a Traditional IRA. The typical deadline for a recharacterization is the due date of your tax return (normally April 15 of the year following the conversion, or October 15 if you file an extension). Clients should consult with a tax professional and the IRS Publication 590 about the specifics of your situation. Clients can undo a Roth conversion by clicking on the gear symbol at the top right hand side of their Roth IRA box the Summary page and clicking “Undo IRA Conversion”. Note: Once clients recharacterize a contribution, you cannot reconvert that amount to a Roth IRA before the beginning of the tax year following the initial conversion, or before 30 days after the day you recharacterized your contribution from a Roth IRA, whichever is later.