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Subject:  contribution to a roth IRA Date:  1/6/2000  12:13 AM
Author:  JStentz Number:  17417 of 88005

I have a question about the income you can use for a contribution to a Roth IRA. I'm a student and a first time investor. I want to open a Roth IRA to begin to take advantage of it as early as possible. I don't have any income from a job, but recently I just cashed in a CD and received the $2000 I would like to contribute in interest. Is this moeny appropriate to use? Thanks a lot!

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