Yes, you can contribute to an IRA after you retire, but you'll need to have a certain amount of “earned income” to do so. Earnings from work come in the form of salaries, tips, or bonuses, so you'll likely need to have at least some type of part-time work. Yes, you can contribute to an IRA after you retire (with caveats). Contributing to a Top Gold IRA or Roth IRA during retirement has benefits, depending on your particular situation. If you are retired and your spouse has earned income, he or she can contribute to their own IRA and also make what is called a spousal contribution to your IRA.
If you had a SIMPLE IRA or an SEP IRA but have retired from that job, you can still open an IRA through investment firms such as Vanguard or Fidelity.