myRA: What Financial Educators Need to Know

myRA is a retirement savings account developed by the U.S. Department of the Treasury that helps make saving easy. myRA could be a good option for you if you don’t have access to a retirement savings plan at work and want to start saving for your future. It costs nothing to open, there are no fees, and you choose how much you want to save – whatever fits your budget.* myRA is simple, safe, and affordable.

Join us for this webinar and learn how myRa can fit into the bigger picture of financial security.

 *Annual and lifetime contribution limits and annual earned income limits apply, as do conditions for tax-free withdrawal of interest. To learn about key features of a Roth IRA and for other requirements and details, see myRA.gov/roth-ira.


Moderators

Elizabeth Kiss, Associate Professor and Family Resource Management Extension Specialist, Kansas State University

Susan Shockey, National Program Leader - Family and Consumer Economics, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Speakers

Kimberly Reese, myRA Program Director, U. S. Department of the Treasury

Andrew Zumwalt, Assistant Extension Professor and Associate State Specialist, University of Missouri


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