This activity has been created to get you started thinking about the differences between Roth and traditional IRAs, and which investment tool may work best for you and your goals. The primary difference between the two main types of IRA – Roth and traditional – is how and when your money is taxed. However, these IRA types also have some other differences that may help you decide. Alternatively, you might consider investing in both.
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