Should You Open an Individual Retirement Account?
Have you ever wondered the difference between a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA? While both are individual retirement accounts with great tax benefits they are very different in how they deliver those benefits. Today we'll discuss the two types of retirement accounts offered through the Stash investing app to help you learn which might be the better option for you.
P.S., If you're new to the Stash app, I highly recommend you first check out my full in-depth Stash app review before watching today's tutorial.
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Stash Retirement Account Features We'll Be Covering Today
- What is Stash Retire?
- IRA Explained (Traditional IRA vs Roth IRA)
- Traditional IRA
- Roth IRA
- Which IRA is right for you?
- Stash Retire Investments
- When Should You Start Saving For Retirement?
Stash Retire Explained Video
You can watch my full Stash retirement account review in the video below:
Want to Learn More About The Stash App?
If you are a Stash app user interested in opening an individual retirement account for your future, then either of Stash's retirement accounts might be worth considering. Both provide tax benefits and allow you to start saving for retirement with as little as $5.
In addition, for users under 25 years of age, Stash waives it's retirement account fees completely. Alternatively, the Acorns investing app also offers a similar individual retirement account for half the price.
If you would like to open an Stash retirement account for yourself, you can join the Stash app here.
If you would like to see how Stash compare to today's other top investing apps view our full list here.
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