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Subject:  self employed retirement options Date:  12/18/1999  2:03 PM
Author:  stone2824 Number:  16562 of 88504

I am self employed and have been contributing yearly to
Ira mutual funds (now Roth converted). I have extra income I would like to get into retirement investments and am slowly starting to self direct my own investments. I would like to stick to a mix of mutual funds and individual stocks. I am 31 and very aggressive investor as time is on my side. I think I can invest $6000 per year in a SEP but am having a hard time finding confirmation. Any advice in any of these areas would be greatly appreciated.


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