(I'm reposting this from the Ask a Foolish Question board per someone's suggestion)I've been living outside of the US for the past couple of years but do plan to return at some point.My employer is non-US, so I don't have a 401K or any other type of retirement vehicle.Aside from irradically sending back money to the states to buy stock, I do plan on doing a Roth IRA this year. - someone on the Ask a Foolish question board warned me that I can only do an IRA if I have *earned income*. I get what I would consider the New Zealand equivalent of a W-2. I do file a US return and allocate all money out so I have no tax liability.My question is what other tax deferred ways can I save money? Is the Roth IRA it so I'll be limited to a couple of thousand a year?I was planning on using my stock purchases in my old age, but I'm guessing this is not the most advantageous from a tax perspective.thanks for any advice-flybuys
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