Your money can potentially grow Tax-Deferred in an IRA
Whatever your age, whatever your personal or professional situation, an IRA can offer both businesses and individuals benefits that other investments do not. Perhaps most important of all these benefits, an IRA gives you the opportunity to grow your money tax-deferred than if they were in a comparable taxable investment.
An IRA offers you the opportunity to:
- Invest your contributions however you choose.
- Deduct your contributions for current tax savings.1
- Get started easily and with no or minimal administrative work.
AXA Equitable has more than 50 years of experience providing retirement plan services to members of professional associations. Their staff of knowledgeable Retirement Program Specialists are available to answer your questions and help you select the IRA most appropriate for you.
Your IRA through AXA Equitable comes with a wide range of investment choices, so you can balance your retirement portfolio.
All of our investment choices are managed by experienced, well-known investment managers with the resources and expertise to help you make the most of your money.
An IRA through AXA Equitable is easy to set up, easy to administer and easy to afford.
To set up your tax-advantaged IRA today or to determine which type fits your situation, please consult with one of our Retirement Program Specialists by calling 1-800-523-1125 today!
Be sure to consult your tax advisor for specific advice.
1 Withdrawals are taxed as ordinary income and if made prior to age 59 1/2 may be subject to a 10% federal tax penalty.
Tax-qualified retirement plans such as IRAs and SEPs already provide tax deferral under the Internal Revenue Code. Tax deferral of an annuity does not provide additional tax benefits. Before purchasing an annuity you should consider whether its features and benefits beyond tax deferral meet your needs and goals. You may also want to consider the relative features, benefits and costs of this annuity contract compared with other investment that you may use to fund your IRA.