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I have a company 401K plan where I contribute 15% and the company matches 6%....if I wanted to also make contributions to a Roth IRA, where would be a good place to open a Roth? Never done research on Roth's but does your local bank have them??

Probably, but banks also probably offer limited investment choices or high fees for broader choices.

You have some homework to do. You'll need to learn about IRAs in general and Roth IRAs in particular. I recommend All About IRAs:

Your choice of IRA custodian will be partly determined by what kind of investments you want in your IRA. The custodian must be able to handle those investments. For the basics of investing, I recommend the 13 Foolish Steps, which you can access from the home page.

Phil Marti
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