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Subject: Investing for retirement question Date: 5/3/2000 12:38 AM
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Hi---i've posted this question on a coupla' other message boards here, cuz thought i might get more responses and i wasn't exactly sure which message board this belonged on anyway. So----I've always wondered about this---correct me if i'm wrong, but in order to invest in an IRA, you must be employed, because the money you are investing must be "earned income". I have been disabled 20 years now, and have managed to live off my investments. I just bought a house 18 months ago (first time home owner). If someone owns their own business, they can start a Keogh (sp?) plan.....if you are employed, you can invest in a 401k.....i am not employed by someone else, nor do i own my own business. Other than keeping w/ the same type of investing i've been doing in the past, how can i put money away for retirement? (...or in my case, my old age, since i guess i'm already "retired") Thanks, and sorry for the multiple postings.
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