Next video:
Loading the player...

Learn more about the differences between a Roth IRA and traditional IRA.

Related Articles
  1. Retirement

    Roth IRAs: Investing And Trading Do’s And Don’ts

    Just what can you invest in in a Roth IRA? And what constitutes a prohibited transaction?
  2. Retirement

    A Layman's Guide to Traditional and Roth IRAs

    Traditional and Roth IRAs have similarities and differences, but both help you save for retirement.
  3. Retirement

    Traditional or Roth IRA: What's the Difference?

    Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs have similarities and differences investors need to know.
  4. Retirement

    How a Roth IRA Works After Retirement

    What retirees need to know about taxes, distributions and passing on your unspent savings to the next generation.
  5. Financial Advisor

    Why Some Advisors are Shy to Convert Roth IRAs

    Potential upcoming changes from the Obama Administration could hit rollovers from traditional to Roth IRAs, and that has advisors reluctant to convert.
  6. Retirement

    Roth IRAs: The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?

    Opening a Roth IRA can be a good idea for these nine reasons.
  7. Investing

    Can a Backdoor Roth IRA Save You Money in Taxes?

    Here's how high earners can take advantage of a Roth IRA and why all earners should have a Roth IRA.
  8. Retirement

    The Potential Benefits of a Roth IRA

    No one knows when taxes will increase. With a Roth IRA, future distributions are tax-free.
Hot Definitions
  1. Time In Force

    Time in force is a special instruction used when placing a trade to indicate how long an order will remain active before ...
  2. Retirement Planning

    Retirement planning is the process of determining retirement income goals and the actions and decisions necessary to achieve ...
  3. Drawdown

    The peak-to-trough decline during a specific record period of an investment, fund or commodity. A drawdown is usually quoted ...
  4. Inverse Transaction

    A transaction that can cancel out a forward contract that has the same value date.
  5. Redemption

    The return of an investor's principal in a fixed income security, such as a preferred stock or bond; or the sale of units ...
  6. Solvency

    The ability of a company to meet its long-term financial obligations. Solvency is essential to staying in business, but a ...
Trading Center