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Subject:  Re: Contribution to a Roth IRA Date:  2/10/2005  12:19 PM
Author:  wcfenton Number:  44461 of 100419

situate wrote:

Spouse and I find ourselves in the no man's land of having a household income between 150K and 160K for 2004. Where can I find the formula(e) for calculating how much we can each contribute to our Roth IRAs for the year?

We are both over 50 and wish to contribute the maximum allowed.


The "Tax Guide For Investors" by Fairmark Press is pretty easy to follow. It has quite a bit on the Roth IRA including Phase-Out Rules. It may be what you are looking for:


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