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IRAs: Traditional vs. Roth

IRAs: Traditional vs. Roth

There are many ways to save for retirement, but one thing is for certain: saving is crucial for everyone. Although it may be tempting to think in the short term, it’s never too early to start planning and saving, and Clearview Federal Credit Union is here to help!

Joe Chrisler, host of the popular Internet radio show Real Life 101, has the information you need to help differentiate between Roth and Traditional IRAs so you know your savings options in the podcast episode IRAs: Traditional vs. RothLink opens in a new window.

The episode is only about 10 minutes long, making it perfect to listen to during a short commute or workout!

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For other podcasts, videos, infographics, and articles with all types of financial information, visit our Financial Resource CenterLink opens in a new window, where this podcast was originally featured.

Or you can visit clearviewfcu.orgLink opens in a new window or stop by any branch for more information about IRA Accounts and Certificates to help you grow your savings!

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