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It’s our favorite time again where we answer your letters.
Scott wants to understand: “By being taxed on deposit into the Roth, I lose out on compounding interest on the taxed portion. Under normal conditions, would the sum of the taxed money with it’s compounding interest be more than if I got taxed on withdrawal from a traditional IRA?”
Justin wants to know how much attention he should give to news of insider trading (the legal kind)?
Michael has $500 a month to invest in his Roth IRA. Which of his 11 funds should he put it towards?
And Hunter asks: “Would it be smarter to split his money into an index fund and my retirement fund each month?”
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