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no taxes ever as long as you wait until 59.5 years of age to withdraw $$$ from it.

Uh, shouldn't this just say "No taxes ever"--I believe you can withdraw from a Roth at any time without tax consequences. Withdrawals are only limited if you convert a traditional to a Roth, at which time you must wait 5 years to withdraw, but it still doesn't effect the tax situation, which is "No taxes ever" (or until Congress changes their mind and the law).

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