In reading the IRA info, it appears that I must have "earned income" to contribute to my IRA's. Just to be sure, does that mean I cannot contribute to my IRA's this year?That is correct. In simple terms, you need a W2 or a schedule C (with net income) to contribute to an IRA.One way out - are you married? If so, and if your spouse is working, you can contribute to an IRA based on your spouse's earned income.--Peter
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