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[[The old articles were on the site as recently as 2 weeks ago - I pointed a friend to them. They
were in the Tax Q&A archive under "January". (I also advised him to read the mid-year changes
that Roy posted in July and early August.) But January is no longer accessible in the archive page.]] late as 2 weeks ago? Nuts.

Sorry for any confusion. The original Roth IRA article was suppose to be pulled way more than 2 weeks ago.

Please know that I don't have control over the Taxes FAQ area. I must submit any requests (such as pulling, correcting, adding, etc.) posts to Fool HQ, and they act accordingly. But, that being said, I'll take full responsibility for the posts not being pulled earlier, and apologize for the confusion.

[[ Since they "reorganized" the site, the tax stuff is gathered together under
but from the Features->School tab, there's no mention of the Taxes section. (Fortunately, I had the
Taxes page bookmarked.) Can they make it easier to navigate to the Taxes area?]]

This is an ongoing battle with me, Melman. I agree that it should be easier, and have made suggestions. We are trying to do some fixes in the Taxes FAQ area in order (hopefully) simplify finding prior posts...we'll be segregating the posts by "items of interest" so all of the "IRA and Retirement" plan posts will be in once place. I'm hoping that will help, but I don't know when the change will actually take place. Again, it's out of my hands.

Anyway, thanks for your thoughts, Melman. I wish I could give you an easy way to negotiate the area...but I just can't. Bookmarking the Taxes FAQ area is simply you best option (as you already knew) at the present time.

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