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    Gene Ivanoff
    Licensed Sales Agent, Michigan Insurance & Financial Services, Rochester Hills, MI. 48306
    Being a school teacher/educator a 403(b) is always an option. It is similar to a 401k and you can take advantage of your employer possibly matching your contributions. Your money grows tax free, with taxes paid when you make a withdrawal. Depending on your age, marital status & income, you may also consider an IRA (Individual Retirement Account). Both are great retirement strategies with different contribution limits.
    Answered on October 2, 2015
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    Larry GilmorePRO
    Agent Owner, Gilmore Insurance Services, Marysville, Washington State
    As a school teacher are there any retirement plans I should be aware of? Probably the first that comes to mind is a 403(b) plan as you usually can set up for payroll deduction through your district. There should be a variety of choices for you through your district. You could consider a Roth plan as well.
    Answered on October 3, 2015
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