I’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the best Roth IRA books out there. If you are seriously looking into your retirement plans options, I highly recommend you to get at least one of them. These books are professionally written by financial specialists, you can’t go wrong with them.
Publisher: Fairmark Press Inc. (February 1, 2009)
Autor: Kaye A. Thomas
This plain language book makes it easy to learn how you can get the most from Roth accounts, including Roth IRAs and Roth accounts in 401k and 403b plans. It helps you determine whether a Roth is your best choice, and takes you through all the rules and strategies for creating, maintaining, and using your account.
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company (FL) (July 10, 2006)
Autor: Nora Peterson
In recent years many smart investors have exited the stock market because they have essentially lost control of their investments. They have relied on the advice and skill of their brokers, bankers, and financial advisors. Many retirement accounts have dwindled or not increased. Fortunately, there is a great but little-understood alternative: the self-directed IRA…(read more)
Publisher: Legacy Press (TX) (July 16, 1998)
Autor: John D. Bledsoe
To understand the Roth individual retirement account (IRA) adequately, it is important that you first understand traditional IRAs so that you can ascertain the type of IRA best for you.
Publisher: TracyTrends; 1st edition (January 1, 2008)
Autor: Tracy Foote
This book is to be used as a starting point for children and parents. The focus is on the unmarried dependent child (with no dependents of their own) who has a yearly income that ranges from $1.00 to the amount of the single standard deduction allowed by the IRS for the current tax year ($5,350 in 2007). This book can also provide limited guidance for children with incomes outside of this range, introducing them to basic topics.
Publisher: NOLO; 9 edition (July 10, 2009)
Autor: Twila Slesnick
IRA’s, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans, by financial specialists Twila Slesnick and John C. Suttle, is a solid self-help legal look at a critical back-end issue that most of us blissfully ignore until we absolutely must confront it. The authors themselves admit it is not a compelling page-turner, but rather a comprehensive resource that at some point should prove indispensable to everyone with a retirement plan…(read more)
Publisher: Conquest Publishing (IN) (December 1998)
Autor: Gary R. Trock
Seasoned tax professional defines and discusses the Roth IRA in clear easy-to-understand language. Included are many examples and strategies to help individuals make informed decisions on contributing and converting to Roth IRAS. Chapter 5 deals exclusively with converting to a Roth IRA and contains a checklist of 27 items to consider before doing so…(read more)
Publisher: Digiqual; 2 edition (January 1999)
Autor: William V., Jr. Roth, Gobind, Ph.D. Daryanani and Murray Alter
Most American families are eligible to participate in a Roth IRA savings plan, a new investment vehicle intended to encourage personal retirement savings by providing for the tax-free growth of investments. The rules for this plan were completed with the recent passage of the Technical Corrections Act of 1998…(read more)
Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (February 9, 2009)
Autor: James Lange
A comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide to maximizing the benefits of IRAs and retirement assets. Retire Secure, Second Edition offers unbeatable recommendations for addressing the #1 fear facing most readers: Running Out of Money. Retire Secure, Second Edition also shows baby boomers nearing retirement how they can save tens of thousands to over one million dollars by paying taxes later… (read more)