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Greetings, Aaronbower, and welcome. You asked:

<<What, if any, is the minimum earned income amount required to open a ROth IRA? >>

While the Roth IRA provider may have a minimum contribution requirement, the law states only that you may contribute the lesser of your earned income or $2,000 in any year. Thus, if you earn $0.01 (one cent) in a year, in theory you may contribute that penny (but no more than that) in the year it is earned.

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