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 Can I Invest More Than $5000 Into a Traditional IRA?

Answer Internal Revenue Service regulations generally limit the annual contribution for individual retirement accounts to $5,000, as of 2010. There are exceptions, however. Under certain conditions, such... Read More »
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Can I invest more than $5,000 into a traditional IRA?

As of 2010, the limit for annual contributions for IRAs equals $5,000 unless you are 50 years or older, in which case you can contribute an additional $1,000 for a total contribution of $6,000 per ... Read More »
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Should you stick with a traditional or invest in a Roth IRA?

On One Hand: Stick with a Traditional IRAIf you expect to pay a higher tax rate in the current year than in the year you will take distributions from your IRA, stick with contributing to a traditio... Read More »
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What Does 5.0Nm/5000 RPM Mean?

The units of 5.0Nm in the term 5.0Nm/5000 RPM represent a torque in Newton-meters. The 5000Rpm part of the term gives the speed of rotation of an engine in revolutions per minute. For a typical eng... Read More »
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What does an ANA of 1 to 5000 mean?

An ANA test is done through dilutions. Thus, results are positive at 1:32, 1:64, 1:128, 1:256. 1:512, 1:1,024, 1:2,048, and so forth. The higher the denominator, the more positive the result. Ther... Read More »
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