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Retirement FAQ

What Can I Do to Improve My Chances of Retiring Comfortably?

Being disciplined about investing for retirement will help you accumulate money over time and be better prepared for your retirement years. Paying yourself in addition to paying your bills can help you have a steady flow of money going to work for you.

What's the Difference Between a Traditional IRA and a Roth IRA?

The main difference between a Traditional and a Roth IRA is how they are taxed. With a Traditional IRA, contributions may be tax deductible, but you pay taxes on those contributions and earnings when you withdraw the money in retirement. With a Roth IRA, contributions are not tax deductible, but withdrawals are not taxable if certain conditions are met.

What Are the Tax Penalties for Early Withdrawal From an IRA?

IRAs are designed to help people save money for after they stop working, so the law imposes a 10 percent tax penalty on early withdrawals. Take your money out before you turn 591/2, and you generally will incur the penalty tax – unless your withdrawal meets one of the standard exceptions.

What is the Annual Deadline for Contributing to My Traditional or Roth IRA?

You can make annual contributions to a traditional or Roth IRA from January 1 through the tax-filing deadline (excluding extensions) for the contribution year, generally April 15.

What's the Difference Between a Transfer and a Rollover?

A transfer is a movement of funds between like-type plans (IRA to IRA, SEP to SEP, Roth to Roth). A rollover is generally a movement of funds from one type of plan, like a 401(k), to another type of plan (e.g., IRA).

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Securities, insurance and annuity products are not FDIC insured, are not bank guaranteed and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of principal.

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A 10 percent tax penalty may apply for withdrawls from tax-qualified products before age 591/2.

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