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Subject: Re: Can my IRA invest in my home? Date: 2/6/2001 8:37 AM
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chasemarmot,

The IRS publications about the Roth IRA clearly define what a "qualified distribution" is. If you make a qualified distribution (withdrawal), there is no tax assessed by the feds. (Assuming tax laws remain the same)

Any transactions that occur inside the IRA are non-taxable events. The only thing that can generate a taxable event is moving money outside the IRA (or violating one of the prohibitions)
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