You should look into a Roth IRA if you qualify. They work out better for people who are 65 and just starting out. Even if you can find a low fee option for your traditional IRA, you still have to start taking out RMD.'s when
There are a lot of variables in regards to IRAs.
First, you (or your spouse) must have earned income to contribute to an IRA. If you get a W-2 at the end of the year, you have earned income.
Second, if you open a Traditional
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