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Subject:  Re: FF and a tax (lc) fool Date:  8/1/1999  10:41 PM
Author:  asterisk Number:  12688 of 88495

I think the first part of my question was cut off, but I'll follow up: If I can't utilize the FF with my 401K, and I definitely want to contribute more than the allowed 2K per year for IRAs into my FF online brokerage account, does this mean that prior to rebalancing my holdings, I should subtract 28% (or the equivalent for my tax bracket) and get the cash to pay for taxes before rotating into the next year's FF?
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