You’ve decided to invest in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) but are wondering which IRA is tax deductible. While Traditional IRAs are tax deductible, a Roth IRA also offers a tax benefit.
Choosing the best IRA for your needs includes understanding what contributions qualify for a tax deduction.
An IRA is a financial product designed to help Americans save for retirement. Unlike a 401(k), which is an employer-sponsored plan, anyone can open an IRA as long as they have an income.
There are two primary kinds of IRAs: Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. If you’re wondering which IRA is tax deductible, keep reading to learn about the key similarities and differences between the two.
Here are the key features of a Traditional IRA:
The Roth IRA has some characteristics in common with the Traditional IRA—most notably, the dollar limits and time frame for making annual contributions—but there are a few key differences:
The Roth IRA is popular for its flexibility and tax-free disbursements.
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Synchrony Bank does not provide tax advice so be sure to contact your tax advisor or financial consultant before opening or contributing to an IRA.
*ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD (APY): All APYs are accurate as of 05/24/2018.
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