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at what AGI and above are you NOT allowed to use a
$2000 IRA deduction? I read the FAQ and was still a 
little confused. 

I didn't see it the FAQ either. For more details, see 
IRS Pub 590 Individual Retirement Arrangements 
http://ftp.fedworld.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p590.pdf, 
Table 1.1 Can I Take a Traditional IRA Deduction?


Whether you can deduct depends on your filing status
and whether or not you and/or your spouse are covered
by an employer retirement plan.

MAGI   You are covered    You are not covered==========================
less                               Spouse is covered    Spouse is not covered
than   S     MFJ   MFS    S        MFJ    MFS            MFJ
       HoH   QW           HoH                            MFS
10k    Full  Full  Part   Full     Full   Part           Full
30k    Full  Full  No     Full     Full   No             Full
40k    Part  Full  No     Full     Full   No             Full
50k    No    Full  No     Full     Full   No             Full
60k    No    Part  No     Full     Full   No             Full
150k   No    No    No     Full     Full   No             Full
160k   No    No    No     Full     Part   No             Full
160k+  No    No    No     Full     No     No             Full

Legend: S=Single, HoH=Head of Household, QW=Qualifying Widow
MFJ=Married Filing Jointly, MFS=Married Filing Separately

Covered/Not Covered refer to being covered by employer's retirement plan.
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