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|Subject: Re: Using IRA Funds For Income Investments||Date: 1/6/2001 6:14 PM|
|Author: rjm1||Number: 26993 of 83075|
Assuming I'm going to try the just described process (I know, I know, I'm a "fool"), can anyone provide some "do-s"
and "don't-s" or recommend a primer source of information? I obviously don't want to run afoul the IRS, at any point.
All I hope to achieve is do trades within the sheltered accounts then withdraw the hoped - for profits as income. Doing
that, do I become some kind of an "independent investor" or "self - employed" type, subject to as yet unknown taxes,
regulations, paperwork, etc., or will I simply be an individual who generates income (I hope!) on which short - term tax
You can continue to treat the trades as you did in the past. Just fill out the 1040. You will not have to be called a trader or self employed.
Remember you do not benefit from capital gains or losses on the sale of securities in a deferred account. Therefroe consider stock outside of the deferred accounts and income investments inside the deferred account.
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