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Protecting pensioners ...
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, September 24 2012 @ 08:14 PM EDT
HFT has pretty much put paid to investing on shares for anything more than
two years, and even that is pushing things.

[ Reply to This | Parent | # ]

We are limited.
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, September 24 2012 @ 08:38 PM EDT
We're allowed to contribute $5,000 annually to personal tax-advantaged
retirement funds, subject to income limits for some of the options.

We're also allowed to contribute up to certain limits to employment-related
tax-advantaged retirement funds (so-called 401-k plans and relatives), also
subject to income limits.

Both instances may be tax-deferred (contributions are pre-income tax) or
tax-free (contributions are post-income tax), depending on the investor's
election.

We're not limited in how we can invest without the tax advantages, but that's as
it should be.

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