Is there any "value" in having taxable income after you've started Medicare?
Before Medicare, if you are using ACA insurance, you don't want your income too high, but you also don't want it too low (or else you aren't eligible for ACA).
I saw a comment about converting ALL IRA money to Roth and it got me wondering if there was any other value to having some taxable income besides ACA (i.e. after 65)?
Edit: It occurred to me that you at least want taxable income upto the standard deduction or you've lost some 0-taxrate income