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Ok if I can't put them directly into my roth couldn't I bend the rules a bit? Wouldn't I be better off in the long run if I took the extra $1400 that I have available to me in my roth annually and slowly liquidated and then rolled the cash into the roth and just re-purchased the same stock? Wouldn't I be paying a small price now on commission to my broker to save alot later on capitol gains?

Ohh, and how can capitol gains not be such a bad thing. It is the worst tax ever concieved!

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