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Individuals who make less than $129,000 a year are eligible to participate in President Barack Obama’s MyRA retirement accounts. The U.S. Department of the Treasury, which was tasked with setting up the program after the State of the Union address, pointed out that couples who make $191,000 or less also are eligible to participate in the plan.


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