As a sanity check, I would like to have someone confirm my conclusion from reading Publication 590 regarding the ability to deduct a Traditional IRA contribution for my DW.Through my employer, I am eligible and participate in a SIMPLE-IRA savings plan. My DW does not work and therefore is not covered under any retirement plan. We are filing taxes as married filing jointly.Therefore, my understanding is that the following applies:Full deduction to TIRA if AGI is less than $150kPartial deduction if AGI is between $150k and $160kNo deduction if AGI is more than $160kAssuming our AGI is less than $150k, we can take a full deduction on my DW's TIRA contribution. Is that correct?Thanks for the sanity check!dt
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