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I am self employed and getting ready to drop some of my
drips and pick up some new ones so now seems the time to ask some questions. I have no employees so is a KEOUGH account the best for my retirement? If I do use
a KEOUGH do I have to leave that money there until age
67(or whatever it will be when I retire) or can I take
that money out at any time and pay taxes at that time
or are there penalties to pay other than taxes? I want to retire appx. 10 years before normal so I'm not sure
whether to use a tax-free retirement vehicle or just to
invest my money buying stocks after tax. Any help would
be appreciated. P.S. I am 35 years old.
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