IRA for Minors
For children under 18 with earned income
- Benefit from tax-deferred potential earnings
- Build a portfolio from our full range of investment choices
- Choose a Roth or a Traditional IRA
up to $5,500/year
annual contributions or 100% of compensation, whichever is lower
number of employed 16-19 year-olds in the U.S.
Eligible participants are under age 18 and must have earned income for the tax year in which a contribution is made
Earnings are tax-deferred which may allow for assets to accumulate more quickly than in a taxable account
No annual IRA fees and no account minimums
Transaction fees, fund expenses, brokerage commissions, and service fees may apply
Full range of investment choices
Choose from a wide range of stocks, bonds, options, 8,000+ mutual funds, and ETFs
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