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I have stock in my company, which is currently a privately held corporation, and I would like to transfer $2000 worth of this stock into a Roth. Alternately, I could buy an additional $2000 worth of the stock through a Roth.

The problem is that so far I can not find an administrator to play along. Most seem equipped only to deal with publicly traded securities. How can I purchase stock in a privately held company or transfer stock in a privately held company to a Roth IRA?

Thanks,

-kaliban
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