June 3, 2020
Roth IRA Vs. Traditional IRA: Which Is Better For You?
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Are you confused about the differences between the Roth and the Traditional IRA and which one is better for you?
In this week’s video, I’m clearing up the confusion by helping you understand the difference between these two accounts, several unique benefits of the Roth, and who is a good candidate for a Roth IRA.
And if you think your income is too high to contribute to a Roth, think again! I’m also showing you how you can save up to $26,000 in your Roth this year, even if you previously thought you were locked out because of your income.
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