Spousal IRA Question?
question of SJE : Spousal IRA Question ?
To me open to a Roth IRA for my marriage, my husband is also open to itself? I am confused by this line from the disclosure statement: “You have to lay claim to a marriage IRA contribution for yourself, if the rules are satisified: You and your spouse, you must have your IRA,” So this means we just have those separate have, it means there’s no such thing as a common IRA, or does this mean I can not open one if he opens it, too? Thanks Best Answer.
answer by Serge M
Yes, you can not do a joint IRA, but not everyone has to have one. If you qualify otherwise, that is, have enough income, you can open a Roth IRA marriage. It does not matter which of you earning the income. Of course it is best for each of you to a Roth IRA. open
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