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I have a couple more questions...

Since I've earned wages in 2000, can't I technically cash out the annuity and legally use my earned wages for the Roth IRA (and the annuity money for other expenses)?

Thanks for the tip on transferring providers. Do I still have to pay taxes if I transfer my annuity?

If I transfer the annuity to another provider, do you think it's worth saving the fees but forego the benefits of having any money invested in an IRA for 2000?

Again, I appreciate any help you can give me!
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