Hello Fools! I have a multi-part question maybe you can help me with, here it goes..... I am self-employed, I contribute $2000 /year to my traditional IRA @ Fidelity. I am going to move all the monies from the Fidelity IRA to the Vanguard 500 index fund (as my IRA), even though the Fidelity IRA has been performing well, it's a managed fund with a high cost. My questions is, since I need the $2000 deduction for tax purposes, should I consider a SEP-IRA , or a ROTH-IRA or a combination, or should I just set up the Vanguard as a Traditional IRA? Thanks in advance for your help!
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