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Subject:  Re: Marriage, Student Loans, Retirement Date:  3/24/2014  8:44 AM
Author:  mispoken Number:  120559 of 132805

Follow up after my research. Married filing separately folks can make non deductible contributions to a Traditional IRA and convert it to a Roth and won't be bound to the $10k AGI limit. Also, MFS individuals who don't live together for an entire calendar year are both treated as "single" in regards to Roths and may both contribute using single filer income limits.
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