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Greetings, Zachary, and welcome. You asked:

My wife just found out that she is in a SARSEP at her job. I have a question becuase she has a Roth IRA as well. Can she have both a SARSEP and a Roth in a given year?

Participation in any kind of retirement plan has absolutely no impact on a person's ability to contribute to a nondeductible traditional or a nondeductible Roth IRA as long as that person otherwise meets the criteria for that contribution. Contributions to a Roth IRA are always nondeductible. Therefore, your wife may continue her contributions to the Roth provided she meets the adjusted gross income requirements for doing so.

Regards..Pixy
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