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Where is a good place to start an IRA?
I am planning to start an IRA and I have no idea where to start. I was thinking of credit union bank since they have a lot of benefits. I am 25 years old with 37k annual salary. I already have my life insurance started about a year ago and putting $100 for it. That said, I was only planning of starting maybe $50-$70 on the IRA.

Please any advice or ideas you guys wanted to share or pass along? Thank you!

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Credit unions are great at giving you advice and helping point you in the right direction.  They also pay higher interest rates as well as other benifits. 

Talk to a New accounts officer, tell them what your goals are and they will get you set up. 

And i commend you on getting a head start on your peers in this area.  Not many people your age have any interst in taking control of their futures,

Good luck

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