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It only makes sense to fund a Roth IRA if you expect to withdraw the money when you're in a higher tax bracket than when you made the contribution.

Or if you are unable to make a contribution to a traditional IRA and are left with the choice of a non-deductable IRA or a Roth IRA.

In that case it is a no-brainer.

- Ted
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