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Should You Stop Contributing to Your Roth IRA While the Market Is Down?

Should You Stop Contributing to Your Roth IRA While the Market Is Down?

The recent swings in the market may have you second-guessing your Roth IRA (individual retirement account) contribution goals for the year. Although market volatility can make you cringe, it shouldn't throw a wrench in your retirement strategy. Below are a few reasons you should not stop contributing to your Roth IRA -- even during a period of market turbulence.