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Author: KATinChicagoland Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 74759  
Subject: Introducing myself Date: 3/30/1998 6:55 PM
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I've posted a few comments here and thought a brief introduction would be in order. I'm here mainly because of my work on a Tax Guide for Investors that appears at the web site referenced below. (In real life I'm a tax lawyer in Chicago.) I started it as a general guide for investors and spent a fair amount of time hanging around the Tax Strategies Board. But I quickly saw that the hottest topic was Roth IRAs and jumped into that with both feet. I ended up posting nearly 100 pages of guidance on this subject on my web site. In addition, being a professional nitpicker (and wanting my web site to be accurate in every detail) I have been in contact with people in Washington who are writing the technical corrections act and preparing IRS guidance on Roth IRAs.

Within available time constraints I'm happy to help where I can, although it doesn't appear there is much of a need. Pixy is doing a terrific job, and there is a tremendous wealth of other talent here as well. I'm really here more to learn what I can, both from those who ask questions and those who provide answers.

KAT in Chicagoland
http://www.fairmark.com
Tax Guide for Investors
Now with expanded and revised
Roth IRA information
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