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I know myself and have a well founded fear that I will take too much time investigating and never get my money working.

I understand -- I can become paralyzed with too much information too. It's a matter of wanting the "perfect" solution and wanting a "guarantee" that the decision is absolutely the right one. Been there, done that -- and there are a lot of us out there. Please do what TMFPMarti recommends.

Doing nothing will get you into trouble with the IRS since your husband has already submitted the forms to the IRS.

After you've put the $2000 into a CD, come back here and read all the very good advice you've received in this thread. (And in the meantime, start working on fully funding the IRA for 2008.)
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