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Join us for a College Class: Roth IRA – Another Tax Break For Americans at Roane State (Oak Ridge Campus)

July 23rd 2024 @ 6:30 pm

Roane State – Oak Ridge Campus | Oak Ridge, TN


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Retirement Planning Topics



    • Reasons to consider a Roth IRA
    • When to consider a Roth conversion and how to approach it
    • If a tailored Roth conversion strategy can lower your tax bill
    • How much a Roth IRA could cost you in taxes and fees
    • If a Roth IRA conversion is right for your financial situation


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