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Tax-advantaged, to make the most of every dollar you save
No monthly fees to keep your account going
IRA Savings accounts come with tax benefits and FDIC protection. Something to consider when you’re saving for the long term.
Set it, forget it and simply watch it grow. That’s how you build a solid foundation for the future—wherever that future may take you.
An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a tax-advantaged way for just about anyone with earned income to save for retirement. When you open a Capital One 360 IRA Savings account, you’ll have the option of selecting between a Traditional IRA or a Roth IRA.
Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs differ in several ways, including their tax treatment. Contributions to Traditional IRAs may be tax-deductible, and earnings within the account aren’t taxed until the funds are withdrawn. On the other hand, contributions to Roth IRAs are made on an after-tax basis, meaning both earnings and eligible withdrawals are tax-free. For more details on how they differ, take a look at this chart from the IRS. As always, consult your tax advisor for additional information.
A 360 IRA Savings account is a tax-advantaged way to save for retirement that allows you to start earning interest on your balance from day 1. The money you put away will also be FDIC-insured up to allowable limits, and you’ll never pay monthly fees while you’re building your nest egg.
A 360 IRA Savings account is tax-advantaged and intended for saving for retirement. If your savings goals are more short-term, you may want to explore non-IRA 360 Savings® accounts and 360 CDs®. Just remember, they won’t have the same kind of tax advantages as an IRA.
Having plenty of savings options means you can choose the level of commitment that’s just right for you. Capital One offers non-IRA products, including 360 CDs with terms from 6 to 60 months, a 360 Savings account with no minimum balance requirements, and more. Take a look around to see what fits your savings goals.