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Can my spouse and I have separate Traditional IRAs?
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Yes, Traditional IRAs are
retirement accounts, available to both you and your spouse. IRA rules allow normal contributions even if only one spouse is earning income, so long as you meet the income limitations.
What is a Traditional IRA? Who can contribute and what are the limits?
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