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Is there a limit on how much income you can make and still get a Roth IRA?

Yes. See Chapter 2 of IRS Publication 590.

If there are limits on the Roth, is it just the personal salary money we each make, that is considered, or are the corporate profits in there somehow?

It depends. The starting point is your 1040's AGI. How much, if any, of that is corporate profit depends on what happens to corporate profit. For that one, see your accountant if you're unsure.

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