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What Is An IRA?

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An IRA (individual retirement arrangement) is a personal savings plan that offers tax advantages to set aside money for your retirement or disability. In its simplest form, an IRA can be a savings bank account earning interest or shares in a mutual fund. The account is registered in your name as an IRA account instead of just in your name. 

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