The benefits of tomorrow's tax-free retirement withdrawals with a Roth IRA far outweigh the benefits of today's tax-deduction with a traditional IRA, says Stuart Ritter, Sr. Financial Planner at T. Rowe Price. According to recent T. Rowe Price customer data, investors under 34 years of age have over eight times more money in Roth IRA accounts than traditional IRA accounts. And within that group, investors between ages 18-24 have over sixteen times more money in a Roth IRA than a traditional IRA.

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