Isn't it better to pay taxes later when the dollars you pay them with will be inflated from what they are now?Right now, a dollar has the buying power of a dollar. With inflation running at some unknown (but presumably positive) rate, won't the later dollars be somewhat "shrunken"?Doesn't this have a serious impact on the TIRA vs. Roth IRA discussions that we sometimes see here? (And yet, it seems to me that inflation is usually left out of the account.)--SirTas
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