>>>Effective 1/1/98 an unemployed spouse may indeed make up to a $2K per year deductible contribution to an IRA is the working spouse has the income to support it. Additionally, a working spouse who is not an active participant in an employer's qualified retirement plan may also make a deductible $2K contribution to an IRA even if the other spouse is covered by such a plan.<<<Does this also mean that the spouse must contribute to a "regular" IRA (i.e., deductible contribution) or can they choose to contribute to a Roth IRA?Eric
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