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Thank you for your reply.
I guess that I am not seeing the advantage of maintaining a traditional IRA if I cannot get the benefit of contribution on my tax burden and still have to pay regular income tax on withdrawls after 59 1/2. I liken it to having a regular mutual fund account that I have no access to for the next 20 years. Am I wrong?
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