Using IRAs to Help Children

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Are you looking for a way to secure a financially stable future for your child or grandchild? An IRA may be the solution! There is no minimum age for having an IRA and as long as your child has earned income, you can open an account in their name.

Your child can contribute to their IRA with their own money from working or a gift from you, and with the power of compound interest, they can get a significant head start on a secure financial future.

You can download the checklist “How to Use an IRA to Help Children in 5 Easy Steps” below.

Have more questions about setting up an IRA for your child?  Contact Chris Robinson with RFG Wealth Advisory today for a no-obligation 15-minute call at 940-464-4104.


Using an IRA to Help Children or Grandchildren in 5 Easy Steps

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