Wondering how to save for retirement?
Sit back & relax, or set out on new adventures. With the help of an IRA, you can afford to save for your dream retirement.
- Choose Traditional or Roth IRAs
- Open Traditional or Roth IRAs for just $1,000
- Contribute up to $6,000 a year ($7,000 if you're over age 50)
- Accelerate your savings progress by investing in our IRA Certificates of Deposit
- Ask about our Education IRAs - also known as Coverdell Education Savings Accounts - that can help cover college costs
*The Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) are accurate as of December 27, 2023 and are subject to change.
We offer the following IRA's:
IRA Certificate of Deposit
Get a good look at where you are and where you're going next.
Exclusive Benefits Include
You could get a tax deduction for every year you contribute to your IRA. Interest and dividend earnings grow tax-deferred.
Your interest and dividend earnings are tax-deferred, and all qualified withdrawals are tax-free.1
Contribute up to $2,000 a year. Funds can pay for elementary, secondary school and college tuition and other qualified education expenses.
General Individual Retirement Account FAQs
Once you reach age 72, the Internal Revenue Service requires a minimum distribution of at least once per year.
Your IRA funds will be passed to your beneficiaries, so be sure to keep your list of beneficiaries up to date. IRA funds are separate from your membership account and require a separate beneficiary form.
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*Registration/activation required. Health Discount Savings is not insurance.
1. To withdraw from a Roth IRA, the account must meet the following requirements; minimum 5 year holding period, must be 59 ½ years of age or older, or one of the following exceptions: first-time home purchase, college expenses, and birth or adoption expenses.