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Business, 31.08.2020 01:01, moneybaggtjuan

Your friend wants to put money aside for retirement. He can only afford $5,000 a year max and he wants to make sure that the money is not taxed when he withdraws it after he’s 59 ½. Which account would you recommend? Roth IRA Traditional IRA 401(k) 403(b)

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