Yes, you can save, too

Don’t worry if you’re a stay-at-home spouse—you, too, can save for retirement. The only rule is that your eligible contributions can’t exceed your household taxable income for that year. In other words, if your combined taxable income is $8,000, that’s all you can deduct, even if you contributed more to the IRA account.

For details on the contribution limits, click here.

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