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I am new at even thinking about investments and very late at that.

I have for in the past year deposited what my tax accountant told me into a sep ira just before tax day.

I need to deposit $3300 this time. The sep ira I already have that I plan to deposit into is with Putnam investments. It's 100%growth and income and I have bought it through Washington Mutual. These are B funds . Everything I've seen lately says B funds are not the thing to do.

I've only had this particular sep ira since 1-1999 so it's new. I guess I just need to learn for next year as this time I'm too late to do much about it.

My accountant says it needs to go into a sep ira, not my Keogh.

Any help would be appreciated.

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