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My last day of employment was Dec. 29, 2005. I've put in for unemployment insurance and will be receiving it.

Not really giving it any thought, I did what I do every year, I vested fully into my Roth IRA for 2006 early in January. After I did this, I started thinking that to put into an IRA, I have to earn money...right? Will the unemployment insurance money count if I don't find a job this year?

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