Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)
Dime offers smart, reliable retirement savings plans you can count on.
An IRA is a type of savings account with certain tax advantages that help you save for retirement. Dime offers two types of accounts — a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA — and eligibility differs based on income and employment status.
A couple questions:
What’s the difference between a traditional and Roth IRA?
And which one is right for me?
Great questions - read below for more details.
With a traditional IRA, you contribute pretax income toward investments that can grow tax-deferred. This means you pay taxes on money only when you make withdrawals in retirement. You may also deduct your contributions from your tax return, depending on eligibility.
Best For Persons Who:
- Are looking for tax deductions now.
- Aren't eligible for a Roth IRA because income is high.
- Expect to be in a lower tax bracket when you retire.
With a Roth IRA, you make contributions with after-tax money that can grow tax-free and then be withdrawn tax-free in retirement. Basically, for paying taxes on your money right away, you don't have to worry about taxes on your Roth IRA later.
Best For Persons Who:
- Think you will be in a higher tax bracket in retirement.
- Want to avoid minimum distributions beginning at age 70½.
- Want tax-free withdrawals in retirement.
With Roth IRAs, earnings can be distributed tax-free if the Roth IRA holder made the first Roth IRA contribution at least five years ago AND has attained age 59½, is disabled, deceased or is paying first-time home buyer expenses.
Or call 1-800-321-DIME (3463)
Your future's more secure with Dime.
Trust Dime to help you plan your retirement. We;ll take care of all the paperwork and help you keep your money growing with guaranteed returns and no risk to principal. We're here to help you.
Questions? Contact us or give us a call! 1-800-321-DIME (3463)
Minimum balance of $500 is required to open. Premature withdrawal is subject to penalty and fees may reduce earnings. In addition to any bank penalty, certain IRS penalties may also apply. Consult your tax advisor. Additional deposits have the same maturity date as the initial deposit and become part of the principal. Additional deposits are also subject to IRS contribution limits. Deposits insured to the maximum amount allowed by law.