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Some Things You Should Know About Roth IRA Investing (Individual Retirement Account)

I have been writing a lot about Roth IRA investing lately, and I think I should write this to clarify one or two points. You know of course that the Roth IRA was named after its main sponsor Senator William Roth from Delaware. You also know that contributions are made from after tax dollars and that the money that the Roth IRA earns is tax free forever.(as long as the account owner is fifty nine and one half years of age, and the account has been in operation for five years). There is no required mandatory distribution at the age of seventy and one half years of age. And you can continue to contribute as long as you have earned income. Again all withdrawals remain tax free, (After five years).

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