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Of course, there's nothing really stopping the government from one day deciding that the distributions from your Roth IRA aren't tax free. Or, to say that your distributions affect the taxability of (or eligibility for) your SS payments. Or, to say that you have to pay a sales tax or value added tax on any good that you buy with your vast riches. Tax laws are made to be changed.

But, according to the current tax code, if you one day become a zillionaire from your Roth IRA - the government won't ask you to pay taxes on it.
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