Roth IRA

When you retire, you probably want to pay yourself – not Uncle Sam. By opening a Roth IRA, you’ll pay taxes up-front on your contributions so that when you’re ready to retire, all the money you saved goes into your pocket. Talk with your tax advisor to see if a Roth IRA is right for you and then we’ll help you get started. You can open an account by visiting one of our conveniently located branches.

  • Key Benefits
    • Your investment growth is tax deferred
    • You can contribute up to $6,000 annually if you’re under age 50, and $7,000 annually if you’re age 50 or over if you’re receiving compensation
    • Contributions can be made at any age and are not tax-deductible.

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