An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) allows you to make tax-advantaged investments to provide financial security when you retire.
You may contribute pre-tax (Traditional IRA) or post-tax (Roth IRA) income of which the investment earnings can be tax-deferred (for Traditional IRAs) or tax-free (for Roth IRAs).
Self-directed IRAs can be invested in a variety of options from traditional stocks, bonds, and mutual funds to alternative assets such as real estate.
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