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Subject:  Re: IRA understanding Date:  12/10/2007  11:22 AM
Author:  sandyw54 Number:  97155 of 127616

A Roth contribution is always better than a nondeductible traditional contribution. It's one of the few no brainers in our simplified tax law.


I agree unless you are retired like me and your income is all from pensions. Then you're out of luck for a Roth. One of my pensions is taxed but that's not good enough for the IRS. It shouldn't matter. Income is income. But there's nothing I can do about it.

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