IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

The IRA income limits for 2016 and 2017 depend on your tax filing status and whether you're contributing to a traditional or a Roth IRA. Traditional IRA contributions are not restricted by income.
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IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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2016 Roth IRA Limits Announced You can only contribute to a Roth IRA, however, if your income is below a certain threshold. For single filers in 2016, that income threshold starts at $117,000 (up from $116,000) and ends at $132,000 (up from $131,000). In that range, your contribution is limited, eventually reaching zero. For married filers in 2016, that income threshold starts at $184,000 (up from $183,000) and ends at $194,000 (up from $193,000).

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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2016 Traditional IRA Income Limits - Max Contribution. Traditional IRA Income Limits for 2016 If your filing status is head of household or single, your IRA tax deduction starts to phase out when your AGI reaches $61,000 and completely disappears when you reach $71,000.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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2016 Roth IRA Contribution Limits Also, despite the Internet rumors, Roth IRA contribution income limits remain in full effect for the 2016 tax year. What did change in 2010 is the income limit on making a Roth IRA conversion.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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2018 IRA Limits on Contributions and Income - The Balance Income Limits When You Have a Company-Sponsored Retirement Plan. If you andor your spouse participate in a company-sponsored retirement plan (such as 401(k) or Section 457), you can still make an IRA contribution, but it may not be deductible.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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Roth IRA Limits: See If You Qualify Based on Income. If you are single, you must have a modified adjusted gross income under $135,000 to contribute to a Roth IRA for the 2018 tax year, but contributions are reduced starting at $120,000. If you are married filing jointly, your MAGI must be less than $199,000, with reductions beginning at $189,000.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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IRA Contribution Limits - Fidelity Since the 2010 tax year, there is no income limit for taxpayers who wish to convert a Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. 2. Married (filing separately) can use the limits for single individuals if they have not lived with their spouse in the past year.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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Roth IRA income limits Vanguard Roth IRA income limits: Your compensation counts. There are no income limits for a traditional IRA, but how much you earn has a direct bearing on how much you can contribute to a Roth IRA.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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Retirement Topics IRA Contribution Limits Internal. John, 42, has both a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA and can only contribute a total of $5,500 to either one or both in 2018. Sarah, age 52, is married with no taxable compensation for 2018. She and her husband reported taxable compensation of $60,000 on their 2018 joint return.

IRA Income Limits for 2016 and 2017 -- The Motley Fool

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What Are the Roth IRA Income Limits? -- The Motley Fool The 2016 Roth IRA income limits Unlike a traditional IRA, the ability to contribute to a Roth IRA depends on your income and filing status. There are two income limits to be aware of.