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So last year I assumed I could deduct my TIRA contribution. Based my “not being covered by a retirement plan at work” (even though my spouse is).
Looking at this again, this tax season, one thing worries me … Am I really not covered by a retirement plan at work ? Yes, I am retired, so not “at work”. But I have a defined-contribution retirement plan (to which I am no longer contributing, and cannot contribute) at TIAA-CREF, and am currently receiving a small lifetime annuity from it.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by RustyShackleford.