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Subject:  IRA "either/or" questions Date:  1/10/2000  9:46 PM
Author:  THINKBIGGER Number:  17624 of 94254

Fellow Fools,

First off love the website, I have learned more here than I have anywhere else. Keep up the good work. :)

I have an IRA question that has probably already been asked, I did try to search for an answer but to no avail.

Hubby and I both work - he has a pension thru his employer, I on the other hand do not. We file jointly.
I have read your info on regular IRA's and Roth IRA's but can you do both?? ie can I do a regular IRA and he do a Roth?? I know about the income limits and we are under those. I have seen excellent examples of "either or" but no "you can do both". Did I miss something on your Foolsih IRA info??

Thanks in advance for some insight

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