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I own a publicly traded stock in my IRA that I am going to own for a while. It is a good long-term growth thing. If my IRA sells that security, and I buy it (in the open market) for my non-taxable account, is that considered, for my IRA, a normal sale of a security or is it something else, say a taxable distribution. Are there timing rules about this (like wash sale rules) of the purchase by the non-ira account?
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