... she's elegable for the full deduction for a traditional IRA. I curious if she can make a contribution and withdraw in the same year? Sure - but why would you want to do that? The withdrawl is taxable income, so all you've accomplished is a one-year deferral of the taxes on the IRA contribution. The cost of that deferral is whatever fees and charges her custodian may have on the account. It might make more sense if you were contributing to a traditional and withdrawing from a Roth. (But then again it might not - my brain is just a wee bit fried at the moment.)--Peter
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