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<<That $2K may go into the traditional or into the Roth or into both, but the aggregate amount may
not exceed $2K.>>

OK, I've got that down. I'm beginning to wish I'd studied accounting instead of engineering -- the former is much more useful as you approach retirement. The Roth looks relatively uncomplicated, with only the AGI criterion (no factor, unfortunately). The Conventional, however, has that employer plan hurdle as well as an AGI, which could get messy in our case.
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