All of Riegelwood Federal Credit Union's accounts are insured by the NCUA, a U.S. Government agency, up to $250k so you can rest easy at night knowing that your investments are safely growing.
A variety of options best suited for retirement and everything in between
Lock in your rate over a fixed term with a Certificate of Deposit (CD)
Use a Money Market account for short-term investments, and access to funds without being penalized
Traditional IRAs and ROTH IRAs are perfect for retirement and accrue dividends daily
Use an Educational IRA (Coverdell ESA) to invest in your children's future
All accounts are NCUA-Insured up to $250k per account
|ROTH IRA||TRADITIONAL IRA|
|2018 Contribution Limits||$5,500 ($6,500, if age 50 or older)||$5,500 ($6,500, if age 50 or older)|
|2017 Income Limits||Phase-out begins at $120,000 for single tax filers and $189,000 for couples filing jointly. Both are based on modified AGI.||Anyone with earned income can contribute. Tax deductibility is based on income limits and other factors. Contact a tax advisor.|
|Tax Breaks||Tax-free earnings and withdrawals in retirement, but no tax break for contributions.||Ordinary income taxes owed on withdrawals, but contributions are generally tax deductible.|
|Rules||Contributions can be withdrawn at any time, tax-free and penalty free, but withdrawals before age 59 1/2 are taxed as ordinary income.||Contributions can't be withdrawn before age 59 1/2 without a penalty. Distributions must begin at age 70 1/2.|
|Other Benefits||Up to $10,000 of earnings can be withdrawn penalty-free to cover a first time home purchase after 5 years. Qualified education and hardship withdrawals may be available without penalty. Contact a tax advisor to discuss your specific situation.||Up to $10,000 can be withdrawn to cover first time home purchases, but taxes due on distributions. Qualified education and hardship withdrawals may be available without penalty. Contributions lower your AGI. Contact a tax advisor to discuss your specific situation.|
To pay for a child’s (beneficiary’s) qualified educational expense including K-12
Grows tax deferred and withdrawals are tax-free when used on qualified expenses
Tuition, books, and uniforms (for the same year as the distribution)
The maximum contribution per child per year is $2,000
Generally must be used by the time the beneficiary is 30 years old
There are no income limits that affect contribution eligibility
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