Business Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)
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Get the advantage of retirement savings accounts with no account fees or minimums to open. Small business owners and self-employed individuals will also get simplified plan management and specialized customer service—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.*
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Frequently asked questions
What kinds of investments can go into my IRA?
You have more options than ever, including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs and more. A Prosperity Bank expert at your nearest branch can help you decide on the specific investments that make the most sense for you and your retirement goals.
Why should I consider an IRA instead of a regular savings account?
An IRA can offer you significant tax benefits, plus your money grows tax-deferred, unlike in a traditional savings account. An IRA can help most investors achieve their retirement goals faster.
What’s the difference between an IRA and a ROTH IRA?
With traditional IRAs, your contributions are tax-deductible. Once you retire, your withdrawals are considered taxable income. Roth IRAs are after-tax accounts, meaning you pay tax on your money now, but the funds in your account receive tax-free treatment once you retire.
What is the contribution deadline?
The IRA contribution deadline is typically April 15, the same day as the tax return deadline, but can vary depending on the year.
To find out more about Prosperity Bank IRAs, please contact the Prosperity Bank nearest you.
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