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Subject:  Re: Roth IRA Income limits Date:  2/25/2000  1:03 PM
Author:  TMFPixy Number:  19500 of 85661

Greetings, Kevin, and welcome. You asked:

<<I was wondering if anybody knew where I could look to find the income brackets vs. how much you are allowed to invest in a Roth IRA?>>

You may make a $2K contribution to a Roth (assuming you have the earned income to do so)if as a single filer your adjusted gross income is $95K or less. There is a phase-out of the $2K between $95K and $110K. Above $110K you cannot use a Roth. The range for joint filers is $150K to $160K. Details may be found in IRS Publication 590 (Individual Retirement Arrangements) available at http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/prod/forms_pubs/index.html or in our IRA Area at http://www.fool.com/money/allaboutiras/allaboutiras.htm.

Regards..Pixy
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