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Visit the Congressional Budget Office's Online Tax Guide, which summarizes IRA contribution limits and phase-out ranges for every year from 1974 onwards.

You may also want to ensure that you file Form 8606 for any year in which you made non-deductible contributions to your Traditional IRA.

For further reading, check out Correcting Ineligible (Excess) IRA Contributions - Part 1 and Part 2.

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