Contributions into a traditional IRA can be tax deductible and can lower your taxable income. Your earnings also grow tax deferred. However, contributions are not tax-deductible with a Roth IRA. For more information, visit our Personal IRAs Comparison page.
A Bank IRA is when you put your funds into a savings or CD account. A Brokerage IRA is when you put your funds into an investment such as mutual funds, stocks, and bonds. Contact a Financial Advisor to learn more about what products may fit your needs.
Yes there are annual contribution limits for a Traditional and Roth IRA. Talk with a Financial Advisor to learn more.
Traditional and Roth IRAs have early withdrawal penalties that depend on the specific account terms. Also, withdrawals made before 5 years and before the age of 59 1/2 may be subject to an additional IRS penalty.
For a traditional IRA, you must begin to take distributions by April 1st of the year after you become 72 years old. A Roth IRA has no distribution requirements while you're alive, but beneficiaries will be subject to distribution rules after you pass.