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My husband is still working and has a pension plan at work. We don't earn or have an AGI >$110k, we are both over 60...

1. Can he still contribute $2k to a Roth? I think he can't contribute $2k to a traditional IRA when he has the pension plan. Is that correct?

2.Can he contribute $2k to a Roth for me? - I did not work this year.

3.Can he also contribute $2k for a traditional IRA for me? or is it, either the Roth or the traditional for me?

Sorry to ask so many questions, however, he didn't think we could set up an IRA for me and previous discussion on this board has opened a whole new set of options for us...

Many thanks to all of you who contribute so much time and energy....

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