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Short answer: ASAP.
If your children have investment income, they’ll pay lower taxes on it than you do -- up to a point.
If you ask Washington, inflation is tame. Tell that to regular Americans who pay the bills, and watch them laugh. Or cry. Or both.
If your annual taxable income is below a certain point, you can avoid taxes on investment profits… but only up to a point.
When a company you’ve invested in goes bankrupt, or its shares stop trading, you’re not quite done with it yet.
If you feel like the options in your employer’s tax-advantaged retirement account plan are too limited, this one could open up a whole new world of possibilities.
It’s about more than just tax benefits now or later.
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