Contributions to a traditional and Roth IRA are limited to whichever of these is the least:
100% of your compensation for the year
$5,000 if under age 50
$6,000 if age 50 or older
This contribution limit will decrease if you have a high adjusted gross income (AGI) or file married filing separately. This limit is for contributions to all IRAs for the tax year except SEP and SIMPLE plans.
Ex: If you're 45 years old and contribute $3,000 to your traditional IRA and $1,000 to your Roth IRA, you can only contribute another $1,000 to either account in the tax year.
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