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My 20 yr old FT student son has a stash* of money for set up when he finishes college. I have been managing it for him. It occurs to me that with the change in the kiddie tax and having done a run through of our 07 taxes that my business boom also impacts what I do for him.

When I invest for him until he's out of school, should I be thinking in terms of the strategies I consider for our taxable investments because his will be taxed at that rate ?

* he already gets the maximum Roth match every year and this is separate from that money.
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