What your example is showing is that your current IRA contribution calculations are dealing with your current MARGINAL tax rate but in retirement, if most of your funds come from an IRA then you need to consider your future EFFECTIVE tax rate in your calculations. See my post;http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=23512123Which is related to this.Greg
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