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Subject: Roth contributions . . . Date: 6/19/2000 9:58 AM
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Back again with another question.

So, concerning Roth IRAs, any commission fees charged by the broker must be included in the $2000 max contribution, right?
I questioned my broker to see if I could fund the commission fees from another account (so I could invest the max 2000, not [2000-trading fees]), and they said this was a big no-no. Is this correct?

Thanks, Fools.
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