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Author: rkmacdonald Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 75618  
Subject: Re: Retroactive 401(k) Contributions? Date: 1/14/2005 11:35 PM
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Due to my income bracket, traditional IRAs and possibly Roth as well (need to get down and dirty in my AGI calculation) are not available to me.

The Traditional IRA is always available to you. If your income is too high, you will not be able to deduct your contribution, but you can always make a full contribution to a traditional IRA. For 2005 that is $4000 max unless you're over 50, in which case it is $4500.

Russ
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