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Now, back to reality. It's most likely that, at least in the beginning, DD's earnings will be less than the standard deduction. OTOH, she may be the new Gerber baby. And depending on her adorable factor, once she starts talking, watch out.
I was convinced my granddaughter would be a great E*Trade baby.

But now that she's 2, she's a little over-the-hill for that sort of thing. But she could probably figure out how to trade stocks with an iPhone accidentally. (A GREAT poster child for E*Trade!)

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