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It is my understanding that you cannot deposit stocks or other valuables into a retirement account like a SEP. If you think about it, this could lead to a lot of abuses. What if you owned these stocks for 20 years? How would you establish the taxable value when you sold them from a retirement account?This Old Fool

Thanks, TOF! Yes, of course, that makes sense! Hmmm, now to reread Pixy's big article on retirement plans, then I'll be back!
The good news is that my husband, who has historically been very aversive to investing on his own, has recently had a big big bloom of interest...thank heavens....since his brain can do alot of analysis MUCH faster than mine, and he knows alot already about many companies and technology. THanks for your quick reply. Meowiz
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