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|Subject: Re: What to do?||Date: 2/2/2012 9:24 AM|
|Author: JLC||Number: 70084 of 81982|
Welcome to the 1%er club. You now have a target on your back. Now back to work, there are thousands of OWSers that are depending on you.
There are tax deffered bonds to consider. Master Limited Partnerships which throw off high dividend rates but have favorable tax treatment (for now). Just because you've been phased out of a Roth, don't forget to contribute to a traditional IRA, at least things grow tax deffered.
Save in a regular brokerage account as well. You're getting to the point where you'll have a little bit in several different types of accounts. It is an advantage, you won't get the best tax treatment but you won't get the worst either.
And remember, rules change. IMHO, when the majority of Americans start withdrawing from Roth IRAs in the future, BAM, federal sales tax.
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