I used to work for many years and have a prettygood Roth IRA. Now, I'm self-employed. From whatI understand from Fidelity (where my Roth IRAis) that I can contribute this year (2001) if Ihave either compensation or earned income(forself-employed). What is earned income? Is it theprofit from my business? What sort of income in my business (selling specialty merchandise) would be considered "earned income". I was underthe impression that I could not contribute toa Roth IRA, but had to open a Keough plan (whichI may do for next year), but am I wrong? Can I contribute? Thanks.Howard DeanAlameda, CA
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