In early 2008, I put together an e-book. I collected my series of articles about the virtues of the Roth IRA, cleaned them up, added new information, and drafted a 30-page document to serve as a sort of introduction to this important retirement plan.

The great folks at Web Warrior Tools took my work and made a polished e-book. For the past 18 months, it’s been available for $7 from their website. But this information wants to be free. (Heck, it is free if you want to dig through the Get Rich Slowly archives.)

Starting today, The Get Rich Slowly Guide to Roth IRAs is available for free download. No catches. No need to register for anything. Just click and the 518kb PDF is yours. Here’s what the The Get Rich Slowly Guide to Roth IRAs covers:

  • The power of compounding
  • What is a Roth IRA (and why should you care?)
  • How to start a Roth IRA (and where to do it)
  • Which investments are best for a Roth IRA?
  • Questions and answers about Roth IRAs

These are some of the most popular articles I’ve written at Get Rich Slowly. This free e-book is a great way to have them all in one place for future reference so you can tap into ways to save for retirement beyond scouring cd rates and opening online savings accounts.

Important caveat: I believe that the information in this e-book is correct, but I am not a financial professional. I spent a lot of time fact-checking the content of this guide, and I had two financial planners look for errors, but I cannot promise that there are no lingering mistakes. Also, the hyperlinks in this book worked in April 2008, but I cannot guarantee they all work now!

If you want to start saving for retirement, but don’t know where to start, The Get Rich Slowly Guide to Roth IRAs can point you in the right direction. Enjoy!



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