Thank you for your question. I would recommend that you or your daughter (if you have empowered her) contact your employer to determine your account status. I am guessing you are retired and if all of your investments
Jenna, There is a lot of good information here. I would only add that if your income is below the Roth IRA threshold of $178,000 for marrieds and $127,000 for singles you can contribute to both the 401k Roth and the Roth
Jenna, don't listen to these guys. NOT, just kidding. This is all good info for you. With Gina's comments as a base platform. Thank you for looking into a Roth of any kind. Too many have not seriously considered the
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