I'm a little surprised that some people actually made non-deductible contributions to a traditional IRA. I couldn't find a compelling reason to do so.It made sense during the Reagan years for a short period when dividends and capital gains were taxed the same as W-2 income.It's been a while, but I don't think I found "taxed the same" compelling. I'd like to think my analysis actually concluded that it was better to keep tax-deferred and non tax-deferred savings in separate accounts. (No Form 8606, for instance.)Ratio ~
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