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If you’ve earned income and are younger than age 70½, a Traditional IRA may be the appropriate choice. Contributions to a Traditional IRA have the potential to grow tax-deferred until the money is withdrawn.
Contributions may be tax-deductible
Earnings remain invested tax-deferred, allowing investments to compound
Anyone under the age of 70½ with earned income can contribute
Compound Growth: Definition
The process in which an asset's earnings are reinvested to generate additional earnings over time
Anyone under the age of 70½ with earned income or whose spouse has earned income can contribute to a Traditional IRA.
PNC Investments offers two convenient ways to manage your IRA, giving you the comfort and control that's appropriate for you.
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For clients who prefer to work with a dedicated PNC Investments professional who can provide objective, personalized guidance.
|2018 - Under 50|
|2018 - Over 50|
Contributions for a previous year can be made until the deadline for filing taxes for that year (without extensions).
Your income determines to what extent your Traditional IRA contributions are tax-deductible. These limits are based on your Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI). Consult your tax advisor to determine your specific deduction allowances.
|Less than $63,000||Full|
|$63,000 - $73,000||Partial|
If You're Covered, But Your Spouse is Not
|Less than $189,000||Full|
|$189,000 - $199,000||Partial|
Married, Filing Jointly
|Less than $101,000||Full|
|$101,000 - $121,000||Partial|
Married, Filing Separately (and lived with spouse any time during year)
|$0 - $10,000||Partial|
|All $ amounts||Full|
|All $ amounts||Full|
In most cases, if you withdraw funds from a Traditional IRA before reaching age 59½, you will have to pay both income tax and a 10% penalty on any amount withdrawn. There are a few exceptions to this rule, which could waive the penalty. These include using the money to pay for qualified higher education expenses.
Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) are withdrawals that the federal government requires you to take annually from Traditional IRAs after you reach age 70½. You can always withdraw more than the minimum amount from your IRA in any given year, but if you withdraw less than the required minimum, you will be subject to a federal penalty.
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