Below are the contribution limits for 2013.
|IRA Contribution Limits (2013):||2013|
|Traditional and Roth||$ 5,500|
|Catch-Up (taxpayers over 50 are eligible)||$ 1,000|
|Roth IRAs - AGI Phase-Out Range for Contributions (2013):|
|Married Filing Jointly||$178,000 - $188,000|
|Single||$112,000 - $127,000|
|*Roth IRA conversion adjusted gross income limits removed in 2010 (phase out limits still apply to contributions). Please contact us for more information.|
|Traditional IRA Deductibility Rules: Please contact us for the latest information.|
|Qualified Plans (2013):|
|Maximum elective deferral to retirement plans e.g., 401(k), 403(b)||$ 17,500|
|Maximum elective deferral to SIMPLE plans||$ 12,000|
|Limit on annual additions to SEP plans||$ 51,000|
|Catch-up contributions are allowed for taxpayers over age 50 - please contact us for more details.|
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