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Individual Retirement Account (IRA)

It is never too early to start thinking about your retirement. When you start making contributions, make sure you can rest easy knowing they are protected and flexible. An investment in stocks may boom while the economy is growing but bust at inopportune times. An Individual Retirement Account, or IRA, is a way to save for retirement that is tax advantageous and safe.

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    Traditional IRA
    Since most people can qualify, this becomes a very popular IRA option. Why is it popular? A traditional IRA allows individuals to deduct a part, or all, of their annual contribution on their tax return.* Plus, they will not pay any federal taxes on their earnings until they start making withdrawals.
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    Roth IRA
    Unlike the traditional IRA, there are income restrictions.* Yet, this is still a popular alternative that uses after-tax dollars. What does that mean? It means when you retire, you won’t be taxed on the money you withdraw because it was already taxed when you contributed.

*Contribution limits are set forth by the federal government. Partners 1st is not a tax consultant; all questions regarding deductibility or tax liability should be directed to the IRS or your tax advisor.