Should You Move to a Roth IRA?


Tired of trying to meet all the rules on traditional tax-deferred saving plans? Consider switching to a Roth IRA.

Contributions to a Roth IRA are not tax-deductible. But, unlike a traditional IRA, you don't have to start taking money out (or stop putting money in) at age 70 1/2. With a Roth IRA, there are NO minimum distributions during your lifetime. And, after five years or age 59 1/2 (whichever is later), distributions to you and your beneficiaries will be income tax-FREE.

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