Originally Posted by La literatura
Please read more carefully.
Ok, I misread that. So where are you confused, because a Roth IRA (taxed on front end but not on back end) is the opposite as a consumption tax (untaxed on front end, taxed on back end)? You should be using a traditional IRA for your examples, but even then you aren't dealing with IRA limitations and early withdrawal penalties.
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