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Subject: Tax implications Date: 11/13/2013 2:44 PM
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most of my investments are doing well (WAG and J&J) for example. Everything that I have, I will leave to my kids. I worry about tax implications for them. Are Roth IRAs a better way to address this concern?

Thanks for you thoughts and help.

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