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LnJM asks:

<<"If the IRA owner participates in an employer's qualified retirement plan on any day in the tax year, the deductibility of contributions declines to zero between certain AGI ranges. In 1998, the AGI range is $30K to $40K for a single filer and $50K to $60K for joint filers. These AGI ranges will increase gradually through 2007, at which time they will be $50K to $60K for single filers and $80K to $100K for joint filers."

What are the ranges for the year 2000?>>


In 2000, the AGI range is $32Kto $42K for a single filer and $52K to $62K for joint filers. These AGI ranges will increase gradually through 2007, at which time they will be $50K to $60K for single filers and $80K to $100K for joint filers.

Regards..Pixy

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