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I hope this question is merely foolish (little F) and not stupid. I have an existing Roth IRA with Ameritrade that I opened 2 years ago. I did not contribute anything to it last year.

1. Can I just transfer more money into it now?

2. Does it automatically attach to a year's contribution or do I need to declare that it belongs to 2004 or 2005?

3. I have all ready filed my taxes but of course it is not yet April 15th, can I still make a contribution for 2004.

I appreciate any responses,

Sebastiansarrow.
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