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Peter Anderson

What Is The Best Place To Open A Roth IRA?
by Peter Anderson at Bible Money Matters

As my wife and I go through the Dave Ramsey's 7 Baby Steps, we're finally completing step 3, building 3-6 months of expenses (although we decided to save closer to a year of expenses), and we're now entering step 4 where you are to invest 15% into Roth IRAs and other pre-tax retirement accounts.Read more

Britt Gillette

3 Ways To Cut Your Roth IRA Expenses
by Britt Gillette at Your Roth IRA

Cutting your Roth IRA expenses is an easy way to put money back in your pocket and shore up your standard of living for your retirement years. Since the IRS limits you to a maximum contribution of $5,000 (if you're under 50) or $6,000 (if you're 50 or over), it's essential to be a good steward of every penny in your Roth IRA. Because once squandered, those funds can't be replaced. Read more

Jeff Rose

The Roth IRA Movement
by Jeff Rose at Good Financial Cents

Welcome to one of the most exciting posts that I have ever written here on the blog. Heck, this is the most exciting post! Why? The first reason is that it's about one of my most favorite topics - the Roth IRA. Read more

Britt Gillette

5 Reasons Why I Love My Roth IRA
by Britt Gillette at Your Roth IRA

With the future of Social Security in question and defined benefit pensions all but extinct, it's now more important than ever to take personal responsibility for your retirement savings. A wealth of options exist for building your retirement nest egg, such as a 401k, Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, 403b, SEP IRA, etc. Each account type has its merits, but hands down, my favorite is my Roth IRA. Why do I love my Roth IRA so much? Read more

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