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The reason people say anyone can contribute to an E-IRA is because, if you make over the limit then you can gift the money to someone under the limit, like the child. Then they make the contribution.Very true but there's a difference between saying there's no income limit and explaining the loophole. I think it's less than responsible to just say there's no income limit.I went to check TMF's information and am now wondering where the original poster saw the "no income limit" because http://www.fool.com/school/taxes/1998/taxes981030.htm says exactly what I got from the IRS.rad
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