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Subject:  Re: Taxes on Profits Date:  8/30/2013  9:51 AM
Author:  TMFPMarti Number:  119104 of 121144

I have both an IRA and a ROTH and I'm over 50 so I could put $13,000 in those accounts.

No, you can't. Your limit for traditional and Roth IRAs combined is $6,500. See Pub 590.

Phil
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