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|Provision in Tax-Cut Bill Effectively Eliminates Income Limits on Roth IRAs: Report Revised 5/12/06|
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
May 12, 2006
Excerpt: The tax reconciliation bill conference agreement gives the appearance of retaining the current $100,000 income limit on who can make contributions to Roth IRAs. In reality, however, the legislation changes the Roth IRA rules in a way that effectively eliminates the income limits on these contributions. As a result, all income limits on the use of Roth IRAs would in effect be dismantled by the legislation.
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