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|Subject: Re: Roth IRA Contriubtions & Conversions||Date: 2/2/1998 1:32 PM|
|Author: vtaeger||Number: 1574 of 82315|
Any explanation as to why everyone (here, in the paper, in magazines, on television - everywhere I look) does it this way? What am I missing?
Most advise is based on the situation the advisor wishes
he were in. The better advise is based on the situation the
advisor is actually in. That's why it's Foolish to think
The median household income in the US is around
$40,000. Good advice for the majority (for whom the
28% tax bracket is a distant rumor) is sadly lacking.
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