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I'm getting ready to start investing in two
ira's that I've rolled over into a self-directed
roth and traditional ira into a discounted broker
(, no trading security fees!

In taking with a money manager he stated that
there is no estate tax protection in an IRA.
that to me tells me that I can and will be taxed
between (60%-80%) on withdrawl,(if my total assets
is >than one million dollars) now if thats true
that erosion from my investment is very
dissapointing. Am I taxed both on my income tax
brackett and estate taxes?

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