Roth IRA
A tax-qualified savings account for individuals that allows the account holder to set aside money for retirement. A Roth IRA differs from a traditional IRA in that the contributions to a Roth IRA account are fully taxable at the time they are deposited and that both the principal and the income earned in the account are tax-free when they are withdrawn as distributions. See Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA).
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