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Subject:  Re: roth question Date:  10/9/2011  9:19 PM
Author:  rainphakir Number:  69649 of 76237

Does one not pay tax on royalty income?

If taxes are paid, the income claimed on a 1040 form can potentially be contributed to an IRA, traditional or roth.

The criteria is: '
is the income taxable?'
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