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Opening an account
Who is eligible to open and save in a myRA?
How do I open a myRA account?
Can my non-earning spouse open and save in a myRA account?
Can I have a myRA if I have another IRA or Roth IRA account?
Can I have a myRA if I already participate in a 401(k) or another employer-sponsored retirement savings plan?
How can myRA help me if I can’t afford to set aside any money now?
How do I access my account online and get other questions answered?
What information do I need to open a myRA account?
Why do you need my Social Security number?
Why do you need my marital status to open a myRA account?
Why do you need an e-mail address?
Why do I need to provide an ID to open a myRA account?
I am a U.S. citizen who lives overseas; can I open and save in a myRA account?
Why do you need my citizenship status to open a myRA?
Why do I need to name a beneficiary?
What is the difference between a primary and a contingent beneficiary?
I have listed my primary beneficiaries; do I need to designate contingent beneficiaries?
What if I have more beneficiaries I want to designate as primary beneficiary?
Is there a credit check before I can enroll?
Will opening a myRA account impact my credit score?
Can I open a myRA even if I am not eligible to make a contribution this year based on my annual earned income?
Can my minor child open and contribute to a myRA account?
Can I open more than one myRA account?
Is the money I put in myRA exempt from collection by the Treasury Offset Program, for example if I have defaulted on my federal student loans, or if I have a state or federal tax lien or overdue child support payments?
Will saving in a myRA affect my state or federal public assistance eligibility or benefits?
How is my personal information used?
How is my personal information kept private and secure?
Last updated 11/18/2016