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Subject: Roth IRA Date: 12/4/1997 11:30 AM
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My wife and I both have IRA's and we're strongly considering rolling them over into Roth IRA's. We are both doctors and currently in our residencies, so our combined income is well below $150,000. However, in three to four years our combined income will be above the $150,000 limit. So, our question is that if we establish our Roth IRA's now when we're below the $150,000 limit, then will we be able to still keep and contribute to our Roth IRA's when we go above the $150,000 limit? We've gotten various answers to this question, but nobody seems sure about it. If someone can confidently answer this question we will greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
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