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Roth IRA

Converting Your IRA to a Roth IRA

One of the most important things to do throughout your career is to plan for retirement. When you set up your retirement account, there are two Individual Retirement Account (IRA) options: a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA. Some people start with traditional IRAs and switch to a Roth account later. Both have advantages and disadvantages, but there are several benefits of a Roth account that may be worth the switch. Traditional vs. Roth IRAs A traditional IRA is better suited for people who want tax deductions on their contributions and then pay the tax when they take withdrawals. The Pros of a...

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How to Maximize Your Roth IRA Contributions

Many people are unaware of the importance of healthy spending and saving habits, as well as how to set up and contribute to an IRA account. When it comes to retirement planning, an IRA account is essential for saving money and building wealth. A Roth IRA account allows you to contribute $5,500 annually and up to $6,500 if you’re over 50. Although there are limitations on how much money you can put into your account, there are strategies you can utilize to make the most out of your Roth account. Convert Other Assets into Your Roth IRA There may be a limit on...

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6 Tax Advantages of Roth IRAs

Any type of retirement investment plan will come with tax stipulations, and many people deal with withdrawal penalties and taxable income from their investments after they retire. Roth IRAs include many tax benefits that can help prevent some of the unfortunate stipulations that many other plans have in place. Tax-Free Income Roth IRAs do not tax income in retirement, for either contributions or earnings. You do, however, have to pay income tax on contributions upfront. Roth IRA users can also add after-tax money at any time and withdraw principal and earnings without taxes on retirement. Flexibility Unlike the traditional IRA, a Roth IRA can...

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Why Millennials Need to Invest in Roth IRAs

The statistics show that Millennials are not investing nearly enough to be ready for retirement when the time comes. Roth IRAs offer millennial investors tax-free investment growth for years, and the requirements for tax-free and penalty-free withdrawals are relatively easy to meet. Millennial investors will benefit from investing in Roth IRAs now, as the rewards of these investments are almost always superior to traditional IRAs. Tax on the Front End One benefit of Roth IRAs is that it is taxed on the front end of the investment, rather than when you withdraw it. Millennials closer to the start of their career than...

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Do Roth Conversions Satisfy Required Minimum Distributions?

As the likelihood of higher tax rates increases, many proactive investors are looking to the Roth Conversion as a way to protect their retirement assets and plan for retirement. As they do so, one question sometimes arises: Does the amount that you convert to a Roth IRA count towards the Required Minimum Distribution?  The short answer is no. Here is an example: Let’s say you want to shift $30,000 from your IRA to your Roth in a given year. Let’s also say that in that same year, you have a Required Minimum Distribution of $20,000. Before you can do any Roth...

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