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I'm about to put some of my IRA funds into stocks and wondering about dividends the stocks yield. Can they be deposited into my IRA money market account (or put into a DRIP) without a penalty? That is, do they count as a new contribution, or are they merely returns on invested funds? If they will incur a penalty, can I put them into a DRIP that won't automatically give me more stock in the IRA?
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