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What is an Individual Retirement Account (IRA)? Kelli Kiemle, Managing Director of Growth and Client Experience, gives an understanding of what an IRA is and examples of how it can benefit your financial goals. In this video, she explains:

  • Tax advantage ways to save for the future
  • Many different types of IRAs
  • Age of when you can pull from an IRA

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Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are a great way to save for retirement. If you don’t plan to retire, then it’s a great way to supplement your income as you start to slow down. IRAs, offer a tax advantage way to save for your future. There are many different types of IRAs. Some of you may have heard of a rollover IRA, set IRA or simple IRA. There’s a many different options that you can use to save for retirement or your future. One important distinction that you should know about an IRA is that typically you can’t pull out of an IRA until you’re over age 59 and a half.