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|Subject: Very basic question about IRA's||Date: 2/1/2000 2:54 PM|
|Author: kaylap||Number: 18566 of 77402|
This text is from All About IRA's:
"An Individual Retirement Account is a personal retirement savings plan available to everyone under age 70 1/2 who receives taxable compensation during the year."
I'm not employed, so I can't open an IRA - right?
What about a rollover IRA?
I have about 5k in a pension plan with a former employer. They wrote me and asked me to either cash out my plan or roll it over into my own IRA. What can I do?
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