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|Subject: To Roth or not when making very little?||Date: 8/11/2011 2:46 PM|
|Author: toplesscj||Number: 69403 of 82813|
I make less than $500 a month, and want to start putting 10% of that into a retirement account. I am wondering if a Roth is a better way to go since I make so little, or is the money I put into the Roth taxed the same as if I was making $50,000 a month?
Would a non-Roth be better?
Thanks for all advice!
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