Jan 15 2010

Investing for free in 2010 with ING Direct!

Here’s a freebie for your Friday…

Open an IRA & invest for FREE in 2010!

ING Direct is offering a year’s worth of investing credits if you open an IRA with them before April 15, 2010.

Here are the details:

  • no-fee IRA
  • free Automatic Investment Plan (AIP) credits to use all year long, if you open your account before April 15, 2010.
  • ING IRA accounts offer more than 7,000 stocks and ETF’s
  • Automatic investment plans can be scheduled on a weekly or monthly basis
  • Online AIP investments only occur on Tuesdays
  • Real-time trade fees apply to all sales. (i.e. automatic buying is free with the credit all year long, but all sales with cost you)

An IRA is a great way to grow you retirement savings tax-deferred, and this promotional mean that even more of your contribution goes toward your investment, instead fees.

To take advantage of this ING Direct IRA promo, visit: www.sharebuilder.com/2010ira


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