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Happy Holidays,

I was wondering if anyone could get me to a web site that gives detailed info on when someones AGI is too high to contribute to a Roth IRA. I tried to find it at the site but did not have any luck in finding specifc info.

I thought it was based on a sliding gradule reduction in allowed contribution as the AGI went higher and higher above a specific AGI (150,000 for married???).

I would like to find specific numbers.

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