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In the last 6 or 8 months, for a variety of reasons, my wife and I have landed into an area where our AGI will likely be north of $220k (gross almost $300k).

We both have 401(k)'s at work, with matching amounts, and we're max'ing these out.

From what I can tell, this income level gets us out of the realm of IRA's (roth or otherwise), which we were both contributing into up until 2018.

Outside of a generic brokerage account ... are there any tax advantaged strategies we should be using? I suppose it's a good problem, but it looks like most of our retirement / investment strategies are now all taxed.

Am I missing something?
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