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Roth IRAs

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  • Open with as little as $100
  • No annual maintenance fee
  • Earn dividends monthly
  • Enjoy the stability of a fixed rate of return
  • Pay taxes* now and not later, during retirement
  • Your funds are federally insured, separate from your other Arrowhead accounts, to at least $250,000
  • Offers the ability to wait to withdraw money after age 70 ½


The information provided by these calculators is for illustrative purposes only. The default figures shown are hypothetical and may not be applicable to your individual situation. Be sure to consult a financial professional prior to relying on the results. The calculated results are intended for illustrative purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed.

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IRA (Traditional or Roth)
Effective Date: August 18, 2019
Dividend paid when average daily balance for the month is:
Avg. Daily BalAPY*
$100 and above 0.35%

IRA (Traditional or Roth) Fees
Annual Maintenance Fee $0

* Annual Percentage Yields (APY). Terms and conditions available at a branch.

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How is a Roth IRA different than a Traditional IRA?

The main difference is in the possible tax treatment.  With a Roth IRA, the funds you are contributing have already been taxed (through your regular income tax), but your earnings are NOT taxed when you withdraw them in retirement. Funds you contribute to a Traditional IRA may be tax deductible, but you DO pay taxes on the earnings when they are withdrawn. There may be income restrictions and other differences, so always consult a tax professional to see what is possible for your specific situation.

When can I withdraw money from my Roth IRA?

With a Roth IRA, you can withdraw contributions at any time free of tax or penalty. Earnings are income tax free if you've held the account for 5+ years and you are 59 1/2 or older.

What is the maximum per year I can contribute to my Traditional IRA?

There are several factors that play into your specific contribution limit, and it can change from year to year. We recommend you consult a tax professional or the IRS website for the most current information.

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