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The Dreamer

Your statement:
<Well, you can't deduct the contribution to a traditional IRA, if your participating in a 401k.>

is not completely correct.

The income limits for a deductible IRA are very low if eligible for a 401K. It is eligibility not participation that changes the income limits. It is still possible she would be eligible to make deductible contributions.

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