Individual Retirement Accounts


When it comes to investing for your retirement years, an individual retirement account (IRA) may be an excellent choice for many people. An IRA is a personal retirement savings plan that allows you to put money away for retirement on a tax-deferred basis or with tax-free growth. There are several types of IRA's but for most people, the choice comes down to two main options: a traditional IRA or Roth IRA – each with different features.

Let me help you decide which of these two popular IRAs is right for you. Together we can address:

  • Eligibility
  • Tax Benefits
  • Contribution Limits
  • Withdrawal Rules

If you have questions about IRAs, look to me as a resource for help evaluating the best investment options for you and your retirement future.


Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are a crucial component to many retirement plans.

There are two major types of IRAs available. Different IRAs apply to different circumstances in your career and your financial plan. The advice of a financial professional is crucial in choosing the right one. Read more about IRA Basics and the difference between Traditional and Roth IRAs  >>


Additional helpful links: 

Transfers vs. Rollovers. What's the Difference?

IRS Traditional and Roth IRAs

The Motley Fool® All About IRAs


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