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SDCom wrote:
I had heard that it was possible to contribute to my IRA for '98 up untill I filed my '98 taxes. I had thought that I could only contribute untill Dec 31, 1998. Which is true?

It's the former. You have until tax day (I don't think filing extensions extend that deadline, though). That is, for 1998 contributions you have until April 15, 1999. Make sure you specify which year you want the contribution to count for! In the absence of those instructions, your broker will credit it for the year in which it was received.

Piz
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