I am currently living and working in South Africa, and only pay taxes on my income to the South African government. My wife and I will be moving back to the States in June, and I will be sure to make my 2004 tax year max contribution to our Roth IRAs (we could not contribute in 2003 because all of our earnings were foreign earned income).I am wondering if I could make my 2004 contribution now (Jan 04), assuming that I will earn enough money from Aug to Dec. to be eligible to contribute.My feeling is that such a move would be against the "spirit of the regulations" although perhaps not illegal based upon the way in which IRA contirbutions are accounted for (on a tax year basis). Any advice?cheezyches in Jozi
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