TAX RESOURCE CENTER
Tax-deferred accounts have limits on the amount of money that can be contributed per year. In some cases, the rules get very detailed and take into consideration how you file your taxes, your income, and your work status. Here’s some information about the tax ramifications of how you fund your tax-deferred accounts as well as additional deduction limits and withdrawal rules.
Your traditional IRA contributions may be tax-deductible, but there are several factors that may limit and disqualify you from the deduction, depending on whether you or your spouse are covered by a retirement plan at work and/or your income exceeds certain levels. You’re considered covered by an employer retirement plan if you or your spouse have: