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If you spouse has $2K of earned income, he can contribute $2K to his Roth. But that $2K is the total contribution to all of his IRA and Roths combined. So opening a second Roth account will not allow additional contributions.

Your Roth should be invested in stocks. More S&P Index Fund is not a bad choice. For more conservative accounts, some would include an international fund and a small cap fund in the mix to the extent of about 15% each. For more aggresive investing, some would include a hot sector fund like a technology sector fund. But look out, the tech sector has been weak recently. It could be a great time to buy or we could be in for a rough year with them. Depends.

Best of luck to you.
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