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Subject: Drips as Roths? Date: 12/13/2000 9:01 PM
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In hopes of finding an easy solution to my problem, trying to set up a drip as a Roth, I thought I'd research this board. I now see this is indeed tougher than it first appears. Am I foolhearty to think the two may be married?

The solution is...

Finding an institutional third party to act as guardian to the account.

The problem appears to be...

There is little demand and no money to be made by the bank or broker for providing this service.

Where does one turn?

To the transfer agent of the company in whom you wish to invest?

To your brother-in-law's cousin's husband, the investment banker, you met at some family function who may be willing to help you out?

Is there someone out there willing to provide this service????

HELP????
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