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 What is the maximum contribution to an IRA for 2008?

Answer In 2008, the maximum contribution to an IRA was $5,000. If you were 50 or older, the limit was $6,000. This was an increase from the 2007 limits of $4,000 for people under age 50 and $5,000 for peo... Read More »
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What is the maximum SEP contribution for 2008?

The maximum annual limit for an employer's contribution to a SEP (Simplified Employee Pension) in 2008 was $46,000. It is technically the smaller of $46,000 or 25 percent of an eligible employee's ... Read More »
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What is the maximum Roth IRA contribution for 2008?

The maximum Roth IRA contribution for 2008 equals $5,000, according to the Congressional Budget Office. If you were 50 or older during 2008, you could make an additional $1,000 contribution for a t... Read More »
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What is the maximum contribution to an HSA?

The maximum contribution you can make to a health savings account varies each year. In addition, a larger contribution is allowed if you are contributing to a family plan rather than an individual ... Read More »
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What is the maximum contribution to an educational IRA?

An education IRA, now known as a Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA), has an annual maximum contribution limit of $2,000. The IRS considers this to be a contribution limit for each beneficiar... Read More »
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