Roth VS Traditional
Roth is funded with after tax money and you can withdraw your contributions and earnings in retirement (after 59 ½) without paying federal or state income tax.
Traditional offers up front tax breaks by being funded with pre-tax dollars and when it comes time to withdraw the money in retirement (after 59 1/2) you are subject to federal and state income taxes
Are a financial instrument issued and backed by an insurance company in which you make a lump sum payment or a series of payments and, in return, receive regular disbursements beginning immediately or at some point in the future.
Individual retirement accounts are retirement savings accounts with tax advantages. Types of IRAs include traditional IRAs, ROTH IRAs, Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) IRAs, and Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE) IRAs.
Are a company sponsored retirement plan to which employees can contribute.
A quick straightforward way for an employer to offer IRAs to their employees. Easier than a 401k to set up and maintain.
Allow you to move money from your former employer’s retirement plan to your own individual plan.
Is a tax advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for child’s education.
Also known as a custodial account and is a brokerage account for investing and saving on the child’s behalf or to give a financial gift.
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