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Subject: Question: Roth IRA for a minor Date: 6/6/2000 4:11 PM
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Hello,

I would like to open a Roth IRA for my twelve year old daughter. The contributions would be from her babysitting money earned from people other than us. I am documenting all of her earnings in quicken.

The Question: Her earnings will be only a couple of hundred dollars max ($60 so far this year). Can anyone recommend an online broker that will allow for a RothIRA for a minor? I currently use ETrade all my other accounts, including a non-IRA account for my daughter, but at the present time they do not allow for IRA's for minors.

Thank you in advance.

Keith Reeves
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