Course 204:
Individual Retirement Accounts
In this course
1 Introduction
2 How to Invest in an IRA
3 The Difference Between Traditional and Roth IRAs
4 The Roth Advantage

Proceeds from employer-sponsored retirement plans will fund part of your retirement. Social Security may play a part, too. But after doing the math, you may find that those two sources alone won't cut it. Perhaps you need to do some extra investing outside of your employer-sponsored plan.

Individual retirement accounts, or IRAs, can be just the ticket. Like 401(k) and 403(b) plans, IRAs offer tax benefits. This course covers the two most popular types of IRAs: the traditional IRA and the Roth IRA.

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