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ToadMan wrote:
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Can I have 2 IRAs under my name?

Here is what I want to do: I want to start an IRA with an index fund (with monthly contributions) until I
have enough cash built up to start the Foolish 4. I want the stack gains to be tax-free also.

Can I continue to contribute to the index fund and invest in stocks at the same time with the tax
advantages of an IRA for both?

Thanks.
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You can open as many IRA's as you wish, so long as your total contributions to all IRA's you own is no more than $2,000.

Andrew
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