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Subject:  Re: Expatriot IRA Question Date:  2/23/2001  9:41 AM
Author:  mrlumu Number:  47024 of 127533

Hello fellow expats ,

I am by no means an expert but the way I read it is that as a US citizen no matter where your income is earned it is taxed. Once you reach the exclusion limit then all your income from that point can be considered for IRA contributions.
I'd also like to extend an invite for you to visit the expat fools board.

Mr Lumu
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