A ‘less taxing’ retirement option.


IRAs work like this: you make contributions to your IRA, which is usually a mix of assets that can include stocks, mutual funds, bonds, annuities, or certificates. Your earnings grow tax deferred until they’re distributed and sometimes, they’re not taxed at all. Let our team help you determine which contributions fit with your financial goals, risk tolerance and years until retirement.

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Mutual Funds

When you choose a mutual fund, your money is pooled with other investors into a managed portfolio of securities. Because these funds are professionally managed, you get the benefit of their expertise as they decide on the best time to buy and sell. You simply select your tolerance for risk, from conservative to aggressive, or something in between.*

*Before investing in a mutual fund, carefully consider its investment objectives, risks, fees, and expenses, which are included in the prospectus available from the fund. Read it carefully before investing.

Highly diversified; professionally managed.

Managed Accounts

Offering something for just about every kind of investor, managed accounts match specific financial needs with portfolio objectives. You get a professionally-managed portfolio tailored to your goals (tax-managed, income-generating, or growth) and risk tolerance (conservative, middle-of-the-road, or aggressive).

These portfolios--made up of institutional-class mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, or individual securities--provide you with access to a diversified and professionally-handled way to save for retirement, in return for a quarterly fund-management fee.

Money for every stage of your life.


Pay into an annuity now and your money can earn interest over time. It’s a way to protect yourself against the risk of outliving your assets because an annuity provides future income in return for your contributions.

With a “deferred annuity,” you can accumulate funds for a tax-deferred payout stream at a later date. An “immediate annuity” provides a payout right after you make your initial premium payment.

Invest in your future with stocks and bonds.

Stocks and Bonds

Stocks and bonds are both investment vehicles that each work in a unique way. When you buy an individual stock, you become a part owner of the business and can vote at shareholder meetings and receive profits. Typically, stocks are riskier because they offer the potential for bigger payoffs.

Bonds, on the other hand, offer a lower return potential, so they are generally considered less risky. When you buy a bond, you are agreeing to loan your money to a company or government entity in exchange for regular payments.

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