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Author: katelf Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121219  
Subject: Roth IRA and wash sales (again!) Date: 6/12/2000 3:30 PM
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I KNOW this issue has been dealt with before, but please hear me out. New investor, and I did do a search and looked at the FAQs, and still came away confused, not only about the answer but if there is a definitive one. So here goes:

I have a Roth IRA. Can I sell a stock within it at a profit, and then before the next 30 days is up, re-purchase the stock (all still within the Roth), without any tax consequences? Not just the 'not getting caught' kind, but is it legal?

Many thanks for any help.
katelf
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