Your Personal, Individual Retirement Account
IRAs are another way to save for retirement and get the benefit of tax deferral.
In this section, we’ll describe the different types of IRAs, including traditional, Roth and SEP IRAs. You’ll learn about different tax advantages that kick in now or after you retire. We’ll also explain the various eligibility restrictions, contribution limits and withdrawal rules. You should come away with enough knowledge to decide which IRA may be right for you.
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If you can contribute to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, such as a 401(k) plan, IRAs are another way to save for retirement and get the benefit of tax deferral on any investment earnings. IRAs offer you more diversification opportunities and additional investment and tax planning flexibility to supplement the opportunities available within your employer’s plan. If you don’t have an employer plan, IRAs may provide a good way to build retirement savings and get a break on your taxes.