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>>My wife and I would both like to open Roth IRAs. Can
>>we do this in a joint account, or must we
>>each have an individual account? A joint account
>>would allow us to use an investing strategy like the
>>Foolish Four with fewer trading commissions. Is this
>>allowed?

>Sorry, but this is not allowed. You must EACH open up
>a separate account...one in your
>name...one in her name.

Note that you can still achieve the desired result by treating the two accounts as a single account for purposes of your BTD portfolio, i.e., buy 2 of the F4 stocks in your IRA & buy the other 2 in your wife's.


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