Hi Jenna from Boston,
You have some great answers here. Sometimes I'm torn to answer questions because it truly is what I refer to as sound bite financial planning. If you have the opportunity to sit down with an advisor
Jenna, the most you can put in an individual Roth is $5500 per year. On an individual Roth, there is an income limit of $112,000 for individuals and $178,000 for couples filing jointly. You could have greater investment
The main difference between the two is how much can be contributed to each. That maximum you can contribute to a Roth 401K is $17,500 the maximum you can contribute to a Roth IRA is $5500. The other advantage to a Roth 401k
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