(Depending on IRA assets, a Roth IRA may or may NOT be FDIC insured.)
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Roth contributions are non-deductible, and earnings accumulate TAX FREE.
- Individuals may make non-deductible contributions to a ROTH IRA of 100% of earned income or a maximum total of $3,000.00 per year in 2003, whichever is less. See table below for current contribution limits.
- Single filers with an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) less than $95,000.00 and joint filers with an AGI less than $150,000.00 are eligible for the $2000.00 maximum contribution.
- Distributions will not be included in income or receive the 10% Premature Distribution Penalty as long as the principal and earnings have remained in the IRA for at least 5 years from the first contribution date and the withdrawal is considered a "qualified distribution".
Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 Traditional and Roth IRA Increased Contribution Limits Effective 2002
|Contribution Year||Contribution Limit Under Age 50||Contribution Limit Age 50 And Over|
|2009||COLA in $500.00 Increments||COLA in $500.00 Increments|