Roth IRA to be More Accessible- USA Today
by Sandra Block
September 01, 2009
Ever since its inception 12 years ago, the Roth individual retirement account has been popular with investors who love its simplicity.
Once you turn 59½, withdrawals are taxfree. You don't have to muck around with required mandatory distributions when you turn 70½. If you don't need the money, you can leave your Roth to your kids, who will remember you fondly when they take their own tax-free withdrawals.