Having a Roth IRA is a good way to diversify your retirement savings, especially if you already have a 401k or IRA.
Any reputable company such as Vanguard, Fidelity, Charles Swab, TD Ameritrade, etc., would make a good provider for your Roth IRA, if you are looking to invest in traditional option such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. To decide which company is the best for you, you need to set out criteria and do comparison. Things you can look for may include good investment options, low costs and fees, and good service.
If you are looking to invest in non-traditional assets, such as real estate, private lending, etc., then you would need to look for another plan provider that offers the self directed IRA option. Many people also choose this route if they are active traders who want to manage their own investments for optimal results and lowest costs and fees.
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