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i checked the irs site but am still unclear & thought some insight could be gained here. can someone contribute an excess of $2000 per year to a roth ira, pay the 6% surtax & still accrue tax free returns over the lifetime of the investment ?? time value of money & compunding interest could make that initial sting virtually painless in a short period of time
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