Start Saving for your Future, Start a Roth IRA Account Today

A Roth IRA can be a great way to save money for retirement. Roth IRA accounts allow for after-tax contributions and potentially tax-free withdrawals in retirement, letting you save and invest dollars you’ve already paid taxes on today.

The major benefit of a Roth IRA is that you can make tax-free withdrawals once you retire.

Build a portfolio with a Roth IRA.

The major benefit of a Roth IRA is that you can make tax-free withdrawals once you retire. While there’s no upfront deduction while you’re saving, your after-tax contributions grow and compound over time, and then can be withdrawn with no income taxes whatsoever. These Roth IRA accounts are built to help you pay for everyday things and even bigger dreams after your working years. They allow you to reduce the tax burden on your finances as part of your retirement plan.

Many Roth IRA account owners may not understand the 5-year aging requirement, also known as the 5-year rule, which can have a big impact on withdrawals from these accounts. Falling afoul of this rule can result in taxes or penalties, and possibly both.

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How does it work?

A Roth IRA uses after-tax money, meaning you pay taxes on your contributions at the time you put the money in and, future withdrawals are tax free as long as you follow Roth IRA rules.


Are there income limitations?

To contribute the full amount allowed by the IRS, your Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) must be below:

  • $146,000 for a single tax filer.
  • $230,000 for a joint tax filer.

Standard Deductions & Itemizing

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How much can you contribute?

Up to $7,000; if you’re 50 or older, you can contribute an additional $1,000 in 2024.


When do you pay taxes?

Up front, before you contribute. Your earnings then grow tax free. There are no taxes or penalties on withdrawals made after age 59½.


What are the rules about withdrawals?

You can withdraw contributions at any time, without penalty. You can withdraw earnings, penalty-free at age 59½, or earlier for certain hardships, as long as you’ve followed the rules of a Roth IRA. You’re not required to withdraw your money at any age.