You may open an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), Roth or ESA by completing a brief application. After opening the account, you may make deposits through payroll deduction, auto payment, bill pay, mail, etc.
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Invest in a Roth IRA to get an early start on saving for a first home, college or retirement.
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