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OK Don I see, well thats just it. I was a bit confused myself for a while I kept thinking that if that was the case. Why would I not put all the money I could in a Roth..after all get taxed once and be done with it right. Well as long as I can indeed employ one of the strategies recommended here in fooldom like say the Foolish four of a variant of the BTD(granted it seems I would have to hold say three of stocks instead of five or ten), this should indeed be a good plan.

Say if I am overlooking anything let me know....

And thanks again for the input..

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