Fast track your retirement savings with this tax-advantaged account.
Where to Get a Roth IRA
If you’re ready to start taking advantage of tax-free account growth for retirement, you can open a Roth IRA through an investment advisor or at many different banks, mutual fund companies, or brokerages. Opening a Roth IRA is just as easy as opening a bank account. You complete an application and transfer funds to activate the account.
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Go ahead and put your Roth IRA on auto-pilot by setting up recurring monthly deposits. In some cases, signing up for an automatic investing program will reduce or eliminate any minimum balance requirement—plus, it will help you build wealth for retirement even faster.
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