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I am married and 33 years old. We have a Roth IRA and each have a 401(k). Is there a limit to how much we can invest, per year, into our accounts?

I know we have a limit of 2000 per person (considering the AGI) for our Roth. I believe we also have a 20 percent limit for our 401(k), again with regard to how much money we make.

Can we have both or one or the other? Also a good url for tax information would be greatly appreciated.

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