A Traditional IRA allows you to save now, and put off paying taxes on that money until your retirement years. Plus, depending on your situation, your contributions may be tax deductible.
- Interest is compounded daily for maximum returns
- Your money grows tax-deferred
- Rollover your 401(k) or employer-sponsored qualified retirement plan to consolidate your retirement accounts
Plus, the NCUA protects the money you have in CRCU, a federally insured credit union, up to $250,000, just like the FDIC protects money in a bank account.
To get started, contact a CRCU Personal Financial Officer for more details.
Earnings (interest you earn) are tax-deferred until you start withdrawing funds. Contributions to a Roth and/or Traditional IRA are limited to a combined $5,500 per year, including contributions for a non-working spouse (or, if you're 50 or older by the end of the year, you may add another $1,000). Contributions may be fully or partially tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor about IRA eligibility, contribution qualifications and earnings