Thanks for that info.I was just reading pub 590 page 2 Qualifying for a Roth IRA 2011. It says that your filing status is married filing jointly and your MAGI is at least $169,000. You cannot make a Roth IRA contribution if your MAGI is greater than $179,000.This is a stupid question I am sure, but does this mean what it sounds like -- that basically you only have a $10K window to be in in order to qualify for a ROTH. What if your MAGI is $155,000, $14K less than $169? Do you not qualify than?Thanks for your time.
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