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Good Morning Fellow Fools,
I am pondering whether or not to start my IRA as a Roth or regular IRA. I know that all of my withdrawls in the future would be tax free, but I am losing the valuable tax deduction now. I am 30 years old and this scenario has 30 years to develop. If I take the deduction now and pay the tax later I would only be paying 15% tax in the future (all things remaining the same as now)and getting a 28% break now, which is much needed. Any comments, suggestions, or analysis would be greatly appreciated.
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