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I have a very specific question that I believe you can easily answer. Concerning your article on the New Roth IRA PartIII on 1/29/98, you write that if Sarah has the opportunity to make regular deductible IRA contributions the computations would be more complicated (in order to calculate which IRA would be more advantageous). I would be very appreciative if you could explain what "regular IRA contributions" are and how this could lead to an advantage over the Roth IRA.


Lou Fox
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