Individual Retirement Accounts
Annual contributions to an IRA account may not exceed the lesser of 100% of your earned income or $5,500. Total contributions to a combination of traditional and Roth IRAs may not exceed this amount in any one tax year.
If you would like to transfer your IRA from somewhere else, we make it convenient and easy for you. IRAs are insured by NCUA separately - in other words, your IRA is insured for up to $250,000 in addition to the $250,000 on other accounts.
If you are seeking a higher yield by investing your IRA funds for a specified term, the Credit Union offers certificates with terms of 12 months to 60 months. IRA Certificates are available under Traditional, Educational and Roth IRA terms.
IRA Quick Facts
Traditional and ROTH IRA Aggregate Regular Contribution Limits
|Tax Year||Regular Contribution Limit2||Additional "Catch-Up" Contribution for IRA Owners Age 50 and Older3|
|2018||$5,500||$1,000 ($6,500 total)|
2018 MAGI Limits for Regular Roth IRA Contributions4
|Filing Status||MAGI for Full Contribution||MAGI for Partial Contributions||Ineligible for Roth Contribution|
|Single||Up to $120,000||$120,000 - $135,000||Over $135,000|
|Married, filing jointly||Up to $189,000||$189,000 - $199,000||Over $199,000|
|Married, filing separately5||$0||$0 - $10,000||Over $10,000|
For more information, please contact our IRA Specialist or contact a Financial Services Representative.
Additional information can also be found here: IRS Publication 590-A for contributions and IRS Publication 590-B for distributions.
1 Tax information is not intended as tax advice and you should consult a tax professional.
2 The regular contribution limit may be subject to cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs), which generally are released in the fourth quarter for the following year.
3 The catch-up contribution limit will remain at $1,000 each year unless there is a tax law change.
4 The MAGI limits may be subject to annual cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs), which generally are released in the fourth quarter for the following year.
5 IRA owners that do not live with a spouse at any time during the year are considered single filers for purposes of determining Roth IRA eligibility.