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I am currently employed with a small firm that does not offer any retirement options. My salary also exceeds AGI requirements for IRA contributions. I am speaking with my company to set up some type of retirement plan, but what else can I do to help grow a retirement portfolio with tax advantages? Everything I read, seems that I am out of luck since I fall into a unusual category.

You are eligible for a traditional IRA. The income limit only applies if you have a pension plan at work. Other than that, I don't know of any way other than variable annuities and I don't like them. I'd use some of Vanguard's tax avantaged funds, like Vanguard Tax Advantage Equity Income Fund.
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