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I'm 66 years old and retired from being self-employed. I do not have an IRA or other tax deferred type of vehicle. However I am still "growing" my retirement nest egg, which I accumulated through the years and when I sold my business interest and retired. I am now being hit with $2000-3000 income taxes each year that I would like to avoid if possible. Is there a vehicle I can use to avoid these taxes. (Not bonds please!) Thanks for any info. SamL
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