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Subject:  Re: Question about IRA's Date:  4/3/2001  8:38 PM
Author:  drippinfool Number:  28879 of 89409

"I am really new to investing, and want to have a ROTH IRA account-- does the rule that you can only contribute $2000.oo/yr include 401K contributions as well? Sorry for such a basic question, but you have to start somewhere!!! Thanks... "

If I understand your question, the current $2,000 annual limit on contributions is for IRAs (combined e.g., traditional and Roth) only and does not include 401(k)s.
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