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Subject:  Re: roth capital gains taxes Date:  9/2/2000  4:31 PM
Author:  TMFExRO Number:  39471 of 127613

Since I invest my trad. IRA in stocks and occasionally move profits from one stock to another, would I, with a Roth, be taxed for capital gains during the first five years under the plan.

No. As with all IRAs, transactions under the Roth umbrella have no effect on your current taxes. You can read more in the FAQ.

Phil Marti
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