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There are no income limits on IRA contributions. But they become non-deductible after certain income limits. If your employer offers any form of retirement plan--pension, 401k, or whatever--the income limits of deductibility are reduced.

It is Roth IRA contributions that have income limits, but contributions are not deductible.

For details and the many exceptions that may apply see IRS Publication 590 available on the website.
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