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If you’re one of many investors contributing to a Roth IRA or considering a Roth conversion for an existing pre-tax retirement account, it’s important to understand exactly how the “Five-Year Rule” works. Below is a short explanation of how the rule affects your IRA distributions. Are you ready to open a new Roth IRA? Complete our easy online new … Read More

People assume retirement investments must be exchange-traded stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Stock market volatility frequently intimidates retirement investors to the point that they simply do nothing and forego crucial retirement planning. Roth IRA account owners will be pleased to know there is an entire spectrum of alternative investments unrelated to the stock market available to them. … Read More

Roth IRAs–passed into law in 1997–are a very popular way to save for retirement because investment earnings are tax free. With a Roth IRA, cash is contributed post tax, meaning the contribution (the amount you delegate out of your salary to put into the account each year) is made with taxable earnings for that year. A Roth account holder … Read More

All retirement account types offer unique tax benefits. Traditional IRAs alleviate your financial burden in the near term by allowing tax-deferred contributions, while Roth IRA distributions can be 100% tax free if qualified. Perhaps you’ve already built an impressive Traditional IRA but want the additional tax advantages of a Roth IRA. Fortunately, you won’t have to open … Read More