If I work abroad, make less than the US$80,000 available tax credit for U.S citizens working abroad, can I still contribute to a Roth/traditional IRA account?Basically meaning: If I made money, didn't pay a dime to the IRS, can I still contribute to an IRA account?My understanding is that the rules require you to have earned income, not TAXABLE earned income. As long as you receive a W-2, declare the earned income (then subtract it all for tax purposes) I would think there would be no reason you would NOT be able to have a Roth.Other Fools here will surely weigh in here, as well.Good Luck. 3MM
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