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Subject:  Re: Can I have both a Roth and traditional IRA Date:  4/15/2002  1:28 AM
Author:  bigcaat Number:  34209 of 100371

Can I have both a Roth and traditional IRA

Yes. You can have both, but you will still only be allowed the $2000-$3000 maximum (depending upon the state in which you live -- see prior post on non-conforming states) for any given year. You would have to fund one, the other, or split the money between the two.

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