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|Subject: Re: Roth||Date: 9/3/1999 1:25 PM|
|Author: amharmony||Number: 13639 of 73918|
I will have qualifying w-2 and 1099 income this year. I do not have a current retirement plan.
I want to set up a SEP, a qualified IRA, and a non-deductible ROTH. Can I do this?
Can I contribute to the non-deductible Roth with stocks at their original purchase basis and then trade in this account to avoid taxes for the year of the trade?
Can I over contribute to the non-deductible Roth in order to avoid paying taxes on stock sales?
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