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Subject:  ira contributions Date:  11/20/1999  2:29 AM
Author:  heffe44 Number:  15523 of 88062

new poster here and i have what i think is a simple question. i am currently helping a friend with investments (someone who actually knows less than me!)who stated that his accountant said he could not invest in a traditional ira because he is fully invested in his 403b and earns approx. 140,000/yr. i thought that anyone could invest in a traditional ira irrespective of income (just perhaps not tax deductible) thanks in advance for clarification of this issue

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