Clients often come to our retirement investment advisors with questions about Roth IRAs; how do they work? What are the differences between a Roth and a 401(k)? Which plan is best for my specific needs?
The good news is that you can take advantage of the Roth's "pre-paid" taxes feature now, so that you don't have to worry about paying taxes on that money -- or its investment gains -- in the future. This increases both your flexibility and your tax diversification in retirement.Read More