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Can I contribute to my Roth IRA accounts after I am 59 1/2? What IS the cut-off age for contributions? What is the age I'm required to start to withdraw money?

As long as you (or your spouse) have earned income and you meet the AGI restrictions, you can contribute. There are no required distributions from a Roth, except those that apply to your beneficiaries after you're dead.

You can read much more in the FAQ.

Phil Marti
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