What is a qualified distribution from a roth ira?

Answer Roth IRAs are a special type of individual retirement account that does not offer a tax deduction for contributions, but does not tax earnings as long as the distributions are qualified.Contributio... Read More »

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Who is qualified to open a Roth IRA?

A Roth IRA is a special type of IRA that allows you to make contributions with after-tax dollars instead of taking a tax deduction for your contribution like a traditional IRA. In exchange, you can... Read More »

How to Roll From a Qualified 401K to a Roth IRA?

When you retire or stop working for a company, it may be a good idea to roll your 401K savings into a new fund. While keeping your funds in the current 401K may be an option, sometimes there are ex... Read More »

What is a qualified withdrawal from a Roth 401k?

A Roth 401k is a retirement account that allows you to withdraw money tax free at retirement. In order to be qualified, withdrawals must meet both time in the account and age restrictions.Time Fram... Read More »

What is the early distribution on a Roth IRA?

Early distribution of a Roth IRA is one made before you reach 59 1/2 years of age. Such distributions can be tax-free and without penalties if made more than five years after the first taxable year... Read More »