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Subject: Planing for retirement Date: 8/31/1997 1:31 PM
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I am currently 22, and want to start taking an active role in planning for my retirement. We have a 401k plan at work that I am putting 15% into, but I would like to look at other forms of savings to compliment the 401k plan I am already enrolled in. IRAs look pretty good, but deciding which one is not easy, from what I have read the Roth IRA may be the best one for me. Within the next 10 years I would like to buy my first house, so I am trying to take that into consideration when determining what to invest in. My being new to this, I wanted to see what some more seasoned "fools" would suggest that I look into. I still have a lot to learn, but perhaps I can get some good starting points in my exploration into the financial investing world. This website and message board are a great help!

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you can give me.

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