Coverdell ESA & Partnering Accounts

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You asked:   “Quincy: RE: A Coverdell ESA, if an individual has contributeed to a Coverdel on behalf of his child for the last 3 years, $2,000 each year for a total of $6,000, can he withdraw the $6000 in contributions, leaving the accumlated gains? If so are there any tax related consequences? 2nd question: can my ROTH and HSA partner to buy or option a note and share in the profits. Or can say the ROTH buy option and … Continue reading

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