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James Contini column on Roth IRAs.

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James Contini

Every year, I receive numerous phone calls from clients who have been named as Roth IRA beneficiaries of a deceased loved one. Roth IRA is a special type of IRA for retirement savings. Some advantages of the Roth IRA are that after 59 1/2 years there are no withdrawal requirements, and withdrawals are tax-exempt, including earnings on Roth IRA assets.

There are various revenues and other requirements to determine who is allowed to establish and contribute to the Roth IRA. If you meet these requirements, a Roth IRA may be a necessary investment in your asset portfolio. In addition, you are allowed to appoint a user who will also be able to withdraw tax-free income tax in most cases. If you are the only Roth IRA user, what are your options?

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