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lburns
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IRA deductions not eligible at all

If you make over 71k and contribute to and employee 401k. Is this true?
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KenH1
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IRA deductions not eligible at all

Yes, that is true for someone filing as Single or Head of Household.

IRA deductibility - covered by employer plan

You can still contribute to an IRA, but it will not be deductible.

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KenH1
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IRA deductions not eligible at all

Yes, that is true for someone filing as Single or Head of Household.

IRA deductibility - covered by employer plan

You can still contribute to an IRA, but it will not be deductible.

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