Madvestor2:<<What is the income cut off for the contribution? >>Sorry, I forgot that part. There is no income limit for the contribution, only for the deductibility of that contribution. Because she is not participating in a retirement plan through active employment, you may fully deduct a contribution to a traditional IRA until your joint AGI exceeds $150K. She can deduct part until your AGI reaches $160K, and after that nothing. She may make a nondeductible contribution regardless of your AGI, and for that purpose a Roth is best.For more on IRAs, see our IRA area at http://www.fool.com/money/allaboutiras/allaboutiras.htm.Regards..Pixy
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