Our retirement solutions are designed to help build your nest egg. Let our advisors get your retirement savings started or assist with an existing plan.
If you’re not sure which IRA type is for you, an advisor can help. We can also work with you to transfer money from a different IRA or 401(k) Plan into your Lowell Five IRA.
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- Traditional IRAs – Grow money tax deferred until you retire
Save money tax-deferred until your retirement and pay the taxes when you’re likely to be taxed at a lower rate. IRAs are entirely funded by you, unlike a 401(k) or pension, to which your employer often contributes. Depending on your earnings, you may get a tax deduction on the money you’ve deposited in your IRA for that year. More Information about Traditional IRAs
- Roth IRAs – Pay taxes now and withdraw tax free at retirement
Not everyone is eligible for a traditional IRA or you may simply prefer to pay your taxes now and have your money grow tax-free after that. With a Roth IRA, your earnings are tax-free at retirement. More Information about Roth IRAs
- SEP-IRAs – Simple retirement plans for the self-employed
Simplified Employee Pension plans allow you to create retirement accounts for yourself and a small number of employees without complicated government reporting requirements. You and any eligible employees each set up and control your own SEP-IRA. Contributions are tax-deductible up to a certain limit. More Information about SEP-IRAs
- Rollovers – Transfer or rollover existing retirement funds
If you’d like to move money you already have saved in a qualified retirement plan, L5 can help with options to move your assets and avoid penalties. Options for moving your IRA or employer-sponsored retirement plan include direct transfer, rollover, or direct rollover. More Information about Rollovers.
Retirement account options
Amplifier IRA CD
Our Amplifier IRA CD is a 12-month CD you can open with only $100. Designed to make it easy to save, features include a low minimum balance, a great interest rate, and a regular deposit schedule you control, so you can decide how much and how often to deposit.