If the contribution is for a Traditional IRA you get the deduction at tax time I believe, while a Roth wouldn't give you that tax break and I'm assuming you are referring to these types of IRAs and not the SEP or SIMPLE which is another kettle of fish...Hoping this helps, or for more clarification...JB
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