If anyone out there has a search string that I could have found this answer in the archives, I would like to know what it would be since "IRA" and "$2000" did not come up with what I was looking for and I already looked at the FAQ and in the basics the limit was discussed, but not the reason why it has reamined $2000 for so lone. Some of the search engines don't do well with numbers, for various reasons.I don't have an answer for your question with respect to the TMF site itself, but I use another meta-search engine to search on the Internet in general: www.dogpile.com .I searched for:"ira contribution limit" indexon Usenet, and found a few posts on the subject -- including one by Phil Marti. In this case, there is no definitive answer other than the one posted as the initial reply to your post. I was thinking I might at least find an HR- or S- bill proposing to index the amount. I'll continue looking, on the Web -- I would expect there would be a forum somewhere where people would be advocating such changes, and others might counter the suggestions...Phooley
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