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Subject:  roth IRA Date:  3/11/1999  3:27 PM
Author:  joyousyu Number:  11987 of 127753


is it true that you don't have to pay any taxes on any capital gain you earn from money that is already in a roth ira. Ex: use Roth IRA money to buy stock....stock move up...sell. no tax on these earning? that just sounds like is too good to be true!!!

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