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    • Join Date: Nov 2005
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    Modifier at the end of a sentence

    In the following sentence, does "funded with at least some nondeductible contributions" apply to both "taxable accounts" and "tax-deferred saving vehicles" or just "tax-deferred saving vehicles"? Thank you.

    "Withdraw money from taxable accounts or tax-deferred saving vehicles funded with at least some nondeductible contributions."

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    Re: Modifier at the end of a sentence

    yes

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