Is there any way I can redistribute this risk, perhaps into new accounts in another family members name? Can you create IRAs for infants (crazy question)? I don't want to give away the money to charity as I'd like to allow it to grow, just in a more diversified way.Your screen name made me think you may have a Kansas connection, but a Kansan would already know that pigs get fat, but hogs get slaughtered. No, you can't cash in your gains, pay no taxes, and keep control of your money by pretending it belongs to someone else. In the ugly city we call that fraud.Try looking at taxes this way. Your goal is to be in the 35% bracket. Waaaaaaaaaaaaay into it.Unless the infant has earned income there's no IRA contribution available, but you can look into the education savings programs described in IRS Publication 970.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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