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Subject: No Retirement Plan at work Date: 5/25/2000 10:29 AM
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I am starting a job with a company that does not currently have a retirement vehicle in place. Is an IRA my only good option for saving tax-deferred money for retirement? The problem I have with this, is that I would like to save much more than $2000/year for retirement. Will I just have to save in a taxable account, or are there other options out there? I read the Fool's view on annuities, and that doesn't seem like a favorable option for me. I am 29 and have a pretty good start in my current retirement account, but I want that to grow significantly.
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