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Subject:  Question about Roth IRA Date:  1/2/2000  1:08 AM
Author:  TMFOwl Number:  17205 of 88498

I understand there is a rule that no portion of a Roth IRA may be invested in life insurance contracts.

Suppose a company whose stock you buy owns part interest in an insurance company?

In this regard, should people who have Roth IRAs be concerned about every investment made, no matter how small, by the (prospective) companies they own in the Roth?
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