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Subject:  Re: how many IRAs Date:  6/8/2007  9:00 AM
Author:  numbrel Number:  57817 of 88530

You can not have a JOINT Individual Retirement Account.

You each can have multiple IRAs, however, you can only spread the yearly personal maximum between the accounts, you can not contribute up the max in each account.

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