Everything You Need to Know About Roth IRAs

Find out whether this tax-advantaged account should be part of your retirement plan.

So, how do you decide whether a Roth IRA belongs in your retirement plan?

You don't get a tax write-off for contributions as you would with a traditional IRA. Nor can you set aside pre-tax income as you can with a 401(k). But Roth earnings can be withdrawn TAX FREE in retirement. Yes, tax-free income. Can't beat that.

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