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Subject:  No Roth IRA if you have a 401k? Date:  2/29/2008  11:40 AM
Author:  BillyBarueFool Number:  99142 of 121585

So I haven't been eligible for a Roth in some years. But incomewise - I think I can contribute to a 2007 IRA now.

However - I had a company 401k benefit in 2007.

Does this mean that I am not eligible to contribute to a Roth IRA for '07?

What about a traditional IRA?

Hmm...

BillyBF
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