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It's OK. You can contribute $2,000 for her. In fact, you can put all of profits into a SIMPLE IRA dollar-for-dollar earned up to $6,500. My wife is going to earn about 10,000 in profit from a business and $6,500 of it will go into a SIMPLE IRA. She also put $2,000 into a Roth.

Here's the link for the Roth IRA at the IRS:

Go to publication 590 and download the .pdf file onto your PC for perusal.

Here's the link for the SIMPLE IRA at the IRS:

Good Luck.

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