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Author: munchdad Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121061  
Subject: roth capital gains taxes Date: 9/2/2000 1:20 PM
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I have been reading about Roth conversions by TMF Taxes
My question to anyone who may be able to help is:
Since I invest my trad. IRA in stocks and occasionally move profits from one stock to another, would I, with a Roth, be taxed for capital gains during the first five years under the plan.
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Subject: Re: roth capital gains taxes Date: 9/2/2000 4:31 PM
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Since I invest my trad. IRA in stocks and occasionally move profits from one stock to another, would I, with a Roth, be taxed for capital gains during the first five years under the plan.

No. As with all IRAs, transactions under the Roth umbrella have no effect on your current taxes. You can read more in the FAQ.

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