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We are here to help you save for the future. Put your money into an individual retirement account (IRA) certificate to start investing in your retiree days. There are options to consider when deciding whether a Traditional IRA is best or if a Roth IRA better suits your needs.

Contributions, earnings and withdrawals are taxed differently in each. Traditional IRAs reduce your taxable income today but come with early distribution penalties if withdrawn before age 59.5 (with some exceptions) and distributions are generally taxable income at any point. Roth IRA contributions are not tax deductible, so future withdrawals are not subject to either tax or penalty. You should always consult with a tax advisor for additional tax information.

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