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Re: ntesta's post--

"...one can always contribute to an IRA (includes ROTH etc.) the question is if it's deductible to you or not..."

Unfortunately, this is not so. Roth contributions are never deductible, and there are income limits for making Roth contributions.

A non-deductible IRA contribution is available to anyone with earned income. Just remember to file the appropriate tax form (I forget the number) to document the amount of your contributions. This will be necessary in order to establish the amount of your withdrawals which should escape taxation at that point.

Regards--dharmadollars
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