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Subject:  HELP SETTLE A ROTH ARGUMENT Date:  9/18/2008  2:47 AM
Author:  Culby1 Number:  63866 of 88077

A co-worker says that an individual can have only one Roth IRA, period. My position is that you should be able to have as many as you like as long as you do not contribute more than $5,000 ($6,000 if you are older than 50) to those combined accounts for any given year. I would appreciate any information on this (even if I have to wipe off some egg).
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