Investing in the fund directly would be a taxable investment, would it not? I am looking to invest tax-advantaged. I am under the impression that an IRA has to be opened with some type of financial entity such as a bank, broker or investment firm like Vanguard or Fidelity. I am ignorant of what other avenues there are to have an IRA account. I am also under the impression that the investments made within that IRA have to be available at the entity where the account is opened. If Scottrade doesn't offer a particular fund, then I can not invest in that fund within my IRA I have at Scottrade. If'n this ain't rite ... then learn me sumpin. DC Not necessarily a taxable investment.I have my IRA at Vanguard.I used to have an IRA at American Century -- and a Rollover IRA at Vanguard -- and another Rollover IRA at eTrade.Finally moved everything to Vanguard.But yes, if you have your one and only IRA at Scottrade, then you would have to buy through them.AM
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