IRA Money Market Account

Are you planning your retirement, but need a low investment requirement? With competitive and consistent rates, the Citadel IRA Money Market account is a smart way to start your retirement journey.

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A low investment requirement
A secure way to save for retirement

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Are my current retirement savings sufficient?

Are my current retirement savings sufficient?

One method of retirement planning is to project what you are currently saving and have accumulated to date and see if you will have enough to meet your retirement objectives. Use this calculator to determine when/if the money will run out during retirement and it will recommend additional savings if required.

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Retirement Savings and Assumptions

Your current age (1 to 120)

1 120

Current annual income($)

$0 $1,000,000

Annual pension benefit at retirement($)

$0 $1,000,000

Spouse's annual income (if applicable)($)

$0 $1,000,000

Current annual savings amount($)

$0 $1,000,000

Current retirement savings amount($)

$0 $2,000,000

Current annual savings increases (0 to 10%)

0% 10%

Expected inflation (0 to 10%)

0% 10%

Desired retirement age (1 to 120)

1 120

Number of years of retirement income (1 to 40)

1 40

Income replacement at retirement (0% to 300%)

0 300%

Pre-retirement investment return (-12% to 12%)

-12% 12%

Post-retirement investment return (-12% to 12%)

-12% 12%

Social Security override amount($)

$0 $4,000
Marital status
Include Social Security benefits?
Pension increases with inflation?
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Fees

$10

Closing service fee (if applicable)

Security

  • Citadel is committed to helping you protect your hard-earned money.

  • All Citadel deposits are federally insured up to $250,000 per member by the National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the U.S. government.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA?

A Roth IRA is a retirement savings account that provides federally tax-free growth and withdrawals once the account has been open for 5 years and you are 59½ years of age. Contributions can be withdrawn at any time, tax and penalty-free.


A traditional IRA is a retirement savings account that provides federally tax-deferred growth. Withdrawals after the age of 59½ are taxed at your tax rate at that time. Contributions may be tax-deductible. Withdrawals before the age of 59½ are subject to taxes and a 10% federal penalty.


Anyone with earned income under the age of 70½ can contribute to a traditional IRA. Roth IRAs are restricted to those who do not exceed certain modified adjusted gross income limits.


Traditional IRA contributions may be tax-deductible. Roth IRA contributions cannot be deducted.


(Subject to certain rules. Consult your tax advisor.)

What is a rollover IRA and why should I consider opening one?

A rollover IRA is a retirement savings account specifically designed to receive transfers from a previous employer-sponsored retirement plan, such as a 401(k) or 403(b). Benefits include:

• Retention of tax-deferred status of your retirement savings
• Consolidation of your retirement accounts for simplified management and greater control
• A wider variety of investment choices, letting you find investments that more closely fit your financial goals and style
• Opportunity for your retirement savings to continue growing

(Subject to certain rules. Consult your tax advisor.)

How much can I contribute to an IRA account annually?

$5,500 if you are under age 50, $6,500 if you are 50 or older.

(Subject to certain rules. Consult your tax advisor.)

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*IRA Money Market Disclosures

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Information accurate as of and is subject to change without notice. All rates expressed as Annual Percentage Yield (APY). Minimum balance to open account and earn APY is $100. Fees may reduce earnings.


Maximum annual IRA contribution is $5,500 ($6,500 if 50+ years of age).


Transaction Limitations:
Individual Retirement Accounts are subject to limitations and/or penalties imposed by the Internal Revenue Service. Please see Your IRA Agreement or Your tax advisor for additional information.


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