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Greetings, Grekowicz, and welcome. You asked:

<<My place of employment is setting up a SIMPLE IRA and matching my investment up to 3% of my salary. Can I still invest in my ROTH IRA at the same time?>>

Yes, you may provided you otherwise meet the Adjusted Gross Income limits. Your participation in the SIMPLE will not affect your ability to contribute to a nondeductible IRA (Roth or traditional). It only affects your ability to deduct contributions to a traditional IRA.

Regards….Pixy
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