Traditional IRA Accounts
Do more for your future - starting today! More choices. More freedom. More leisure time. More fun. That's pretty much what we all want for the future. People First FCU is here to help you get there, by putting the full power of tax-deferred savings to work for you in a Traditional Individual Retirement Account (IRA).

You can start saving for retirement today with an IRA Share Account or an IRA Share Certificate. Set up an automatic transfer for any designated amount to an IRA Share Account and watch your money grow.
Traditional IRAs offer...
  • Independence, and can be opened and funded without any employer participation,
  • Immediate tax benefits, with contributions and/or earnings tax-deferred until retirement,
  • Accessibility, with assets always available (something not generally true of employer plans), and
  • Flexibility, because IRA owners choose their contribution amount (within limits), investments, and the financial organization.
Contribution Requirements...
  • Must be under age 70½, and
  • You or your spouse has earned income from employment.
  • You can make a catch-up contribution each year of $1,000 if you are age 50 or older.
Maximum Annual Contribution
Tax Year
Under age 50
Age 50 and Older
2016
$5,500
$6,500
2017
$5,500
$6,500
Tax deferrals

You don't pay taxes on earnings or pre-taxed dollars in your IRA until you begin receiving distributions. The required beginning date to receive distributions is no later than April 1 following the year in which you reach age 70½.

Open an IRA Today!

Opening an IRA is quick and easy. Simply visit any one of our branches and a Member Service Representative will be happy to meet with you.

Tax Deductions: Consult your financial advisor, accountant or tax advisor for information.

For more information please view our Consumer Account Agreement.

See our Consumer Fee Schedule for associated fees.

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