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Subject: Maximizing tax-advantaged options Date: 5/11/2000 2:30 PM
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I'm hoping someone can give me information about what/if I can do with some of my money that's currently in a fully taxable account. I know my money will grow faster if I can delay paying taxes. I already have a traditional IRA, a Roth IRA that I contribute the maximum to each year ($2000) and the company I work for doesn't have ANY retirement plan(s) due to being a young and private company. I am hoping to retire in 5-7 years and know this will be more likely if I can make the best use of my current investments. I realize tax deferred annuities are an option but I am concerned about them because of the committment to keep the money in there for several years to avoid paying a surrender fee. Also, from my readings here on TMF, there is very little positive said about the annuities.
Thanks a lot in advance for any responses.

KC

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