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As of 2015, the traditional and Roth IRA contribution limit for taxpayers is $5,500, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Individuals 50 years of age and older are entitled an additional catch-up contribution of $1... More »

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Employees may contribute a maximum $12,500 to SIMPLE IRA plans in the year 2015, according to the IRS. Catch-up contributions up to $3,000 may be made by participants 50 years of age and older, if permitted by the SIMPLE... More »

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There are contribution limits on Individual Retirement Accounts to limit the amount of money a taxpayer can put into an IRA to use as a tax shelter. The key advantage of an IRA account is not having to pay taxes on retir... More »

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As of 2015, the Roth IRA contribution limit is the lesser of taxable compensation or $5,500 for taxpayers under 50 and $6,500 for taxpayers 50 and over, states the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS reduces these limits f... More »

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For most taxpayers in the United States, the Roth IRA contribution limit for 2014 was $5,500, according to the IRS. The limits were higher for older taxpayers, but lower for those who earned more than $181,000 in adjuste... More »

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For taxpayers age 49 and under, the maximum Roth IRA contribution for tax years 2014 and 2015 is the lesser of the taxpayer’s taxable compensation for the year or $5,500, according to the IRS. This amount is $6,500 for t... More »

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For qualifying individuals, the Roth IRA contribution limit for 2015 is $5,500, or $6,500 for individuals aged 50 or over, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The contribution limit does not apply to rollover cont... More »

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