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Best IRA Accounts: 8 Companies Compared (Self-Directed, Apps, & Roboadvisors)

Also see:  Acorns: A Simple Way for Beginners to Invest (And You Should!) A couple weeks ago, I wrote about Acorns, an app I think is a great place to get started with investing (especially for millennials). Talking about investing is dicey. For one, because it’s personal (duh). For that reason, everyone has an opinion… OUT AND OUT - Investing. Positivity. Oh, and travel.
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