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|Subject: Tax Advantages beyond IRAs?||Date: 1/15/2004 10:24 PM|
|Author: gastrolith||Number: 38560 of 82314|
I've also posted this at Investing for Beginners board.
Once we've maxed my wife's and my IRA contributions and our daughters ESA, are there any other tax-advantaged investments for us? I'm active duty, so don't get matching in the TSP (as I understand.) Wife is SAHM, not 401k or equivalent for her.
Are annuities an idea?
Thanks for any suggestions or pointing me in the proper direction.
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