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Roth IRA Details
- The ability to contribute up to $5,500 to your 2015 retirement plan
- Potential tax-free earnings as long as withdrawals begin after you are age 59½ and have had the account for at least five years
- Tax-free earnings, to the maximum amount of $10,000, for the purchase of a first-time home, after you have had the account for at least five years
- Generally, prior to age 59 1/2, withdrawal of contributions are IRS penalty-free; income taxes and penalties may apply to earnings
- The ability to contribute up to an additional $1,000 "catch-up" contribution per year, beginning in the year you reach age 50
KeyBank IRAs (FDIC Insured)
FDIC Insured IRAs give you the peace-of-mind of an insured account that continues to grow the longer you keep it.
Brokerage IRAs (Non-FDIC Insured)
Brokerage IRAs give you the ability to choose the investments within your IRA account
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Investment products are offered through Key Investment Services LLC (KIS), member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance products are offered through KeyCorp Insurance Agency USA, Inc. (KIA). KIS and KIA are affiliated with KeyBank National Association (KeyBank). Investment and insurance products made available through KIS and KIA are:
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