Sorry if these are FAQs. Basically, I'd like to check on the answers provided to me by my friend, so even if these are FAQs, just a short yes/no reply would suffice, I guess.1. My friend says that I can have as many Roth IRA accounts that I want (say with two discount brokers and a bank) as long as my *total* contribution to all of them does not exceed $2000. Is this correct?2. My friend says that commissions that the broker charges me for my stock trades in my IRA account *are* included in the $2000 limit! Help!! Is this true? So, if I make 30 stock transactions with about $8/trade, then I lose about $240 from my permitted $2000 contribution? (That sure ain't sound right, but we all know how tax codes are written!!)3. What about Roth IRA maintanence and setup fees? Are they also included with the $2000? (If it is, it would be real screwy!)I appreciate your responses! (Also, please e-mail me a copy of your reply in addition to your post here.) Thanks!
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