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Subject: Roth trading fees from Roth funds? Date: 2/17/2000 11:41 AM
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Do the fees you owe your broker for trades have to come out of the funds in your Roth? I can put $2000 each year into my Roth to invest. When I buy stocks, I owe commissions to my discount broker. Can I not pay those fees from cash in another non-IRA account? Otherwise, I'm not really getting to investing the full $2000; I'm investing $2000 – commissions.
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