Roth IRA vs. 401(k): Which Should You Choose?

The Roth IRA and 401(k) are two of the most popular retirement accounts. 

Choosing which strategy is best for your circumstance can be a tough decision. 

The first significant difference between investing in a Roth IRA versus a 401(k) plan is how you go about making contributions. 

With a Roth IRA, the onus is on you to open the account (usually at a popular online brokerage company's website) and then fund it. 

With a 401(k), contributions come directly from your paycheck through your employer's payroll system. 

New employees usually elect 401(k) plan contributions to complete benefit enrollments. 

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