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Roth IRA

Set yourself up for a comfortable retirement

Contribute to your retirement savings from your first job bussing tables to your final job before you retire and take money out tax-free on your own terms.

Roth IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) are insured to $250,000 by the NCUA.

Flexibility + tax-free withdrawals

With IRAs, you can choose to pay taxes either while you’re saving (Roth) or when you are withdrawing your savings (Traditional). Because you pay taxes on your contributions with a Roth IRA, you don’t have to pay taxes when you withdraw your money later. That can be a nice benny when you’re retired. Another advantage of a Roth IRA is that you can withdraw your funds without penalty at any time. That means you could use the money for pre-retirement needs like purchasing a house or covering college expenses. You also have the option to not withdraw funds until you’re ready or even skip withdrawing at all so you can leave the money to your heirs.

The 411 on Roth IRAs

A Roth IRA’s pay now, save later approach means you’ll pay fewer taxes in retirement. As with any retirement account, the sooner you start saving money the more your interest will add up. Addition Financial recommends you speak with a financial advisor when making any decision regarding investments and your retirement.

  • Eligibility is subject to income limits
  • Once contributed, savings grows tax-free with compounding interest
  • Make contributions at any age
  • Add to your retirement as often as you’d like throughout the year
  • Check with a financial advisor about annual contribution limits
  • Statements sent quarterly
  • Withdraw funds tax-free and penalty-free at any time
  • No required minimum distributions
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It’s never too early to start saving for retirement

The best time to start setting money aside for retirement is when you feel like you’re too young to be even thinking about retirement. The sooner you begin saving, the more your interest will add up. 
  1. 1
    Review eligibility

    Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school or vocational training, or is an alumni of any college, university, or educational institution located in 22 select counties may join. View our "Join Today" page for full eligibility.

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    Make an appointment

    When you’re ready, schedule an appointment to visit your branch and apply in person.

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    Open your account

    Start saving.