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Subject:  Re: tax-free investing for expatriates? Date:  2/1/2000  3:36 PM
Author:  TMFPixy Number:  18571 of 88511

Greetings, JoeyBeGood, and welcome. You wrote:

<<I'm an expatriate US citizen living and working in Japan. Under a foreign income exlucsion, my earnings at untaxed in the US, which also makes me ineligible for the Roth IRA. What sort of tax-advantaged investing can I take advantage of? >>

About all that's left to you is an after-tax annuity within which the earnings may grow tax-deferred. Around Fooldom, we don't think they meet the needs of most folks. However, they might in your case. To see if they do, check out our Annuity area at

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