Rules for Roth IRAs: Can you have more than one?

With Roth IRAs coming with so many tax advantages, is it possible to be utilizing more than one in your retirement plan? In this article, CBS explains how a Roth IRA may be a good tool to utilize in your retirement plan.

 

 

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