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I plan to open a ROTH IRA account soon, and I heard somewhere that I am able to contribute the $2000 amount for the current fiscal year (99) up until tax day of the next year (April 15, 00). Is this true?
If it is the case, I'll open the account in a few months, if not, I need to rush to open it.
Also, any advice on a good discount / online broker to open the account through?

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