ObliqueApproach Fwiw, I'm not expert on this, but I don't think the qualification requirements are any different for the regular IRA or Roth IRA. You just have to have earned income. I think if you compare the AGI limits for "phasing out" the allowable contribution amounts you may find a big difference in who can qualify. The Roth has much higher income limits.PosFCF
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