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Jeff -

Lotta questions...

(1) You may contribute up to $2000/year in a Roth/IRA in your name! Your spouse may also! This assumes you both qualify with combined adjusted gross income under $120,000(?). This is, most likely, a good idea.

(2) You may also contribute up to 20% of your gross salary at the hospital, or $10,500/year, whichever is less, into a 403b plan.

So if today's reduction in taxable income is not that valuable to you... first fund the Roth, then fund the 403b!

Good luck & best wishes, PP
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