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Thanks for the insight. Alas, however, the $2000 loss is about right. It's set up so 50% of the first 12
payments go out the door as fees and such. $2000 paid out to the R-IRA plus another $1800 ($150x12)
equals $3800. And since only half those payments are actually going to the fund, I'm essentially loosing
$1900.

FYI, I don't pay for the financial advice. My brother-in-law is in the Army, so I'm riding his coat-tails
so to speak for this service. But I am pretty sure the agent is paid by the insurance and fund companies
for his business.


This is pitiful. You are paying $1900 for the privilege of contributing $2000
to a Roth IRA ?????

If that is actually the case, RUN, don't walk, away from those thieves !!!!!
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