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I agree with Canth. If you haven't already done so, run the numbers for her. Set up a spread sheet and show her what 40 years will do to that $2,000/year contribution. Use whatever return and inflation rates you feel comfortable with but my guess is that when your daughter sees the tax free dollars on the bottom line, you'll be able to convince her that a Roth IRA is a good way to go. Hope this helps.

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