Thanks, MadCapitalist. That is extremely helpful.It looks like I will go for the non-deductible IRA after all, then, since it provides the tax-deferral for capital gains and dividends. It probably makes sense to fund that first up to the maximum ($4000 a year), and then fund a taxable account, hopefuly to the tune of $8000 a year.
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