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...If you are married filing separately, the phase-out range is $0 - $10,000.

When you are filing your income taxes Married Filing Separately there is a significant change in the maximum income limits for Roth IRAs and in the deductibility limits for Traditional IRAs.

Surely I am misreading this.

Perhaps you read over the bolded parts above. These are the correct limits for married filing separate. All other filing statuses have more useful limits.

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