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Somewhere in this maze of Foolish pages, a comment was made about not being eligible for reg. IRA contributions if you don't have reg. earnings. That being the case, is a Roth IRA available, or is there a better suggestion for opportunities to grow available nest egg cash?

Ideas gratefully accepted!
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You cannot contribute to an IRA (Roth or Traditional) if you have no earned income.

EXCEPTION: For married couples an employed person may contribute for a non-working/unemployed spouse, as long as the employed person has enough earned income to cover both contributions.
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