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Good morning! Any advice is appreciated: I am a teacher my wife is active duty military. We’ve been stationed overseas for years and during that time I’ve taught at local schools. I don’t pay US income tax on my income because I’m in the US fewer than 30 days a year; however, I was told by my accountant that I cannot therefore invest in any tax advantages accounts. We max out all of my wife’s retirement accounts, though. We have a large chunk (about 800,000) invested and it will generate a lot of taxes. Any ideas how I can invest for my retirement/avoid taxable income? Thank you so much!
Did the accountant also tell you that your wife could not do a spousal contribution to an IRA in your name?
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Is she maxing a traditional or Roth TSP?
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