An individual retirement account (IRA) is a tax-advantaged investing tool that individuals use to earmark funds for retirement savings. It's a personal savings plan in the form of a custodial account or trust set up for the exclusive benefit of you or your beneficiaries. An IRA is not an investment in itself; rather, it's a type of account that holds the investments you select.
Articles in this section
- What is Icon?
- What is an IRA?
- What's a traditional IRA?
- What type of IRA does Icon offer?
- What are the fees with Icon?
- Who is eligible to join Icon?
- My employer is offering Icon, how does it work?
- Who are the Investment Managers?
- What are Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF)?
- What is asset allocation? How is that different from a portfolio?