Another question which has probably been answered previously but I am unable to figure out how to search for the information. I have a 403b at work to which I contribute the max allowed by my company. I wonder if I am allowed to contribute to a Roth IRA as well?Thanks for any help.
Hi cymbeline,Yes, you can contribute to ROTH IRA. You are limited to$ 2,000/year contribution as long as your AGI is 95,000 or less - single/head of household filer or150,000 or less for joint filers.For more good info go to: www.fool.com/money/allaboutirasRegards,xnocturnal
Here is the link. I hope it works this time.www.fool.com/money/allaboutiras/allaboutiras04.htm
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