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Though I am currently living in the U.S., I do have plans to move to Canada for an undetermined period of time. I have had an IRA (soon to be switched to Vanguard) for about a year now. Does anyone know if there are any issues (ie. government won't allow)with regard to contributing from abroad and/or access to the IRA should I continue to live in Canada. Would it help matters if I maintained a checking account here and set up an auto withdraw with the fund company.

Any info is helpful. Thanks
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