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Jimsonn,

Hmmm, well, to tell the truth yes I did mean a taxable account. In other words I was thinking of a scenario where, for example, you have $4000 a year to invest. Once you have hit your $2000 IRA limit (which you will be using for retirement only, remember), you have 2000 other dollars left over to put somewhere else. These other dollars would go, as far as I can have been able to figure out, into a normal taxable vehicle.

Here, of course, I am as interested in others' expertise as you are! Let's see what the other, more informed Fools, can give you.

JCKelly
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