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I understand that since I am married and file jointly, (and meet income requirements) I am entitled to invest up to $4000 in a Roth IRA. Can this money be in a single IRA, or do I have to open one in my name and one in my wife's name and invest in each separately (2K each)? For maintenance reasons (and broker's fees), I would much rather have a single joint account. Can anyone advise? Does anyone know. I haven't had a lot of success browsing through brokers sites. Any other place I might be able to get info...


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