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I had an S corp for a number of years and was able to set myself up as an employee of the corporation and had a wage which would qualify you for an IRA or Roth.

I'm curious why no one recommended a SEP-IRA? If this is an S Corp and they become an employee you can reap some pretty decent benefits by adding more to your retirement fund than in a traditional IRA or Roth for that matter. Up to 25% or $40,000 per year depending on income stated on your schedule C no?
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