Can i contribute to a simple ira after 70.5?

You said i cant contribute to a traditional ira after 70.5 does

That also apply to a simple ira?

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I cannot find anything limiting the contribution to a Simple IRA based upon age. It seems that so long as you have enough income to qualify you to contribute to a Simple IRA, you can do so no matter what age you are.

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