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2014 IRA Contribution Limits

The maximum allowable contribution to Traditional and Roth IRAs will remain the same in 2014 at $5,500.

$5,500 is the aggregate contribution limit meaning that an individual can contribute to both a Traditional and Roth IRA but the total contribution cannot exceed $5,500.

A “catch-up provision” is available to those age 50 or older allowing for an additional $1,000 contribution for a total of $6,500.

Of course, one must be eligible for the Traditional or Roth IRA in order to make a contribution.  Please consult a qualified tax advisor to determine eligibility.,-Employee/Retirement-Topics-IRA-Contribution-Limits



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