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Hello ,I have a question.

I heard there is $2000 limit for combined traditional IRA and Roth IRA . Does that mean I can contribute a maximum of $2000 either in Roth IRA or Traditional IRA or both.

If that is true then what is this Non deductable IRA.
Can I contibute as much money as I want in Non deductable IRA and not deduct it ,yet Contribute a maximum of $2000 to either traditional IRA or Roth IRA.

The reason I am asking is,I just opened a Roth IRA for 1999 and would like to open another Roth IRA for 2000 year. Now as per the rules I can't contribute another $2000 in Traditional IRA for year 2000 becasue I want to open Roth IRA for $2000 for year 2000.

Since I want to save more for my retirement and build tax defered earnings I would like contribute some more money in NON DEDUCTABLE IRA. Is That possible. If not who is applicable for NON DEDUCTABLE IRA.

Thanks
Rama

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