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Betterment IRAs… Are On the Way

We are hard at work developing IRAs for Betterment. Those of you who’ve been patiently watching the countdown will know that the launch date was…

Articles by Betterment Editors
By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Dec. 12, 2011
Published Dec. 12, 2011
1 min read

We are hard at work developing IRAs for Betterment. Those of you who’ve been patiently watching the countdown will know that the launch date was set for today. Thanks for your enthusiasm. We’re just as eager as you are to get IRAs up and running, but we want to make sure we have the best possible product.

We’ve delayed the launch by a week to complete the finishing touches. IRAs will officially kick off on December 19, 2011. That still gives you time to take advantage of tax benefits this year, and time to enjoy the simplest and smartest IRA for years to come.

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