Let’s say you have made the decision to fund an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) as part of your long-term savings plan. What kind of IRA is best suited to your financial goals?
Most working Americans look at their company’s 401(k) as the most direct way to invest for retirement. But another vehicle -- the Individual Retirement Account (IRA) -- offers some attractive benefits as well, particularly if you are coupling them with your existing 401(k).
From coffee and sandwiches to insurance, tuition, or houses, we’re used to the price of things rising every year. Even when inflation is close to zero (at least officially), the numbers always seem to go up.