Personal retirement planning
Changing jobs or moving into retirement doesn't mean your current retirement plan has to stand still. There are options to explore that can keep growing your savings while being accessible income.
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Allows you to defer income toward investments on a pre-tax basis which lets any earnings to grow tax-deferred. You can take tax deductions on your contributions but you will pay taxes on this income once you start withdrawing.
Lets you make contributions to a retirement plan with after-tax dollars. Your contributions are not tax-deductible and when you start to withdraw funds, your income will be tax-free.
This is when you move money from a 401(k) plan with a previous employer into either a 401(k) with a new employer or an IRA (Traditional or Roth) which gives you the opportunity to actively contribute and potentially grow your income.