How to open ROTH IRA as a nurse

How to be a Tax Free Millionaire: ROTH IRA

April 8, 2024 Episode 13: The Investment Account that Nurses Should Have to be a Tax Free Millionaire

In today’s episode, I talked about  the investment account that nurses should have to have tax-free retirement. I talked about how investing works in the most simplest way that a nurse could understand. I talked about investing brokerage firms, investment accounts and investments. I talked about what the benefits are of having a ROTH IRA. I talked about the rules and limits of this specific investment account. There are so many nurses who rely SOLELY on their employer sponsored accounts and does not really utilize other investment accounts. ROTH IRA is a great addition to your retirement planning and should have as a nurse.

If you want to learn more about what different accounts are out there for you to open:  READ THIS BLOG POST.

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Scrubs and Stocks Podcast is a podcast hosted by Ellaine Maala, RN, NP who is a finance educator, nurse, and owner of Nursing Flowsheet LLC, which is a finance and career blog for nurses. This podcast is created to help nurses build wealth through investing in the stock market, real estate or in their own businesses.

Nurses deserve options whether they want to retire early or work until retirement.

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