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Greetings, Susan, and welcome. You asked:

<<Being self employed, with fluctuating income, and able to write off a lot, I was wondering, in determining my income for the Roth, Is this my income before or after the deduction for contribution to the Simple?>>

It will be your adjusted gross income, and that is a number that does NOT include your SIMPLE contribution. Think of it as your income AFTER the SIMPLE.

Regards..Pixy
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