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Subject: IRA Contribution Permitted? Date: 12/20/1999 3:19 PM
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I would like to contribute $2,000 to my traditional IRA which I set up several years ago when contributions were fully deductible. My adjusted gross income is over the limit, so I know I will not be able to deduct my contribution. Am I right in assuming I can contribute to my IRA even though I cannot deduct the contribution?

I appologize if this question is answered in an earlier post. My searching didn't find any.

Thanks, and seasons greetings.

Tom
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