Herrin Security Bank's traditional IRA product allows you to:
- Make tax-free contributions to for your retirement.
- Allows you to defer taxes on the earnings on your contributions until they are withdrawn.
- Certain contributions are tax deductible in the tax year for which they are made.
- Eligibility requires an earned income and for you to be under the age 70 ½ for the entire tax year.
If you looking for a retirement vehicle that has tax-savings, tax-free earnings, and retirement security, then look into Herrin Security Bank's Roth IRA.
- Allows only non-deductible contributions
- Features include a tax-free withdrawal for certain distribution reasons after a five- year holding period.
- Eligibility requires an earned income (or your spouse must have earned income) and your modified adjusted income cannot exceed certain limits.
Coverdell Education Savings IRA
Looking for ways to invest in your child's or grandchild's education? A Coverdell Education Savings IRA at Herrin Security Bank may be the answer.
- Features tax-free withdrawals for a child's education expenses.
- Higher education distributions are penalty free and federal income tax free.
- Eligibility requires no age limit or earned income from contributor, but your modified adjusted gross income cannot exceed certain limits.
- Contributors can be non-individuals like corporations or tax-exempt organizations. These entities have no income restrictions.
Simplified Retirement Plan IRA
For employers looking for simple retirement options for their employees, a Simplified Retirement Plan IRA at Herrin Security Bank could be your answer.
- This is an IRA plan that is established by an employer.
- Each year, the employer can contribute a certain percentage of eligible employee's compensation directly to the employee's traditional IRA.
- Eligibility includes any business owner, whether incorporated or not.
- Sole proprietors and partnerships can have Simplified Retirement Plan IRA's, even if there are no employees.
Looking for reinvestment options from your previous employer's retirement plan?
- This IRA gives you 60 calendar days to rollover a distribution to another IRA.
- Rollovers from IRA's may not occur more than once during a 12-month period (this rule applies to each separate IRA you own).
Direct Rollover IRA
Interested in reinvesting your current employer-sponsored retirement plan?
- This type of transaction occurs when an employee, former employee, or other eligible recipient directs the plan administrator to make the check or assets payable to a successor custodian/trustee.
- The distribution and subsequent rollover of the employer-sponsored plan assets allows the eligible recipient to avoid both taxation and the mandatory 20 percent federal income tax withholding.
See your tax professional to determine how an IRA may assist in your financial planning.