Unfortunately for me there are phase out limits for contributions, just like regular IRAs. Unlike regular IRAs, the person making the contribution doesn't have to have any income. If you're worried about the phaseout for the contribution, give the money to someone who isn't in that situation, perhaps the Ed IRA beneficiary, and let that person make the contribution.Phil Marti
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