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I should be able to figure this out but haven't had much luck so far and can't find an answer with a search of this board.
Unfortunately the only type of account for which I qualify is a regular non-deductible IRA. I have not seen much advantage to this type of account over a growth oriented, buy and hold approach in a taxable account. Can any one provide any estimate of the magnitude of benefit of defering the tax payment over paying scant amounts on dividend and occasional 20% cap gains as you go.
Thanks in advance
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