why must you make it so complicated and lengthy. u will be the death of me
The answer & explanation for this question is given in the attachment below.
Individual retirement Account (IRA) is intended primarily to enhance a person's tax advantage and retirement income.
An individual retirement account refers to tax advantage investing tool that is used by individual to earmark funds for retirement savings. It is the tax advantage account that helps individual save for retirement.Further Explanation
One of the primary advantages of IRA is that individual have the privilege to defer paying taxes on the earnings and growth of the saving until the money is withdrawn. As of 2019, there are several types of IRAs; they include Roth IRAs, traditional IRAs, SEP IRAs and SIMPLE IRAs.
IRAs are often described as individual retirement arrangement due to the fact that investments carried out in IRAs involve different types of financial product such as bond, mutual fund, stocks and ETS.
A self-directed IRAs refers to either traditional or Roth IRAs in which investors have the sole responsibility to make investment decisions for their account. It also gives investors the opportunity to access different investments such as private placement, real estate and tax liens.
Individual that are Self-employed and owners of small scale business establish simple and SEP IRAs. Also individual taxpayers establish Roth and traditional IRAs. Institutions offering this account must have been approved by the internal Revenue service.
LEARN MORE:IRAs: type of individual retirement account: traditional Individual Retirement Account and a Roth IRA:
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The ArrayList must be read in the forward direction, and it is going to start from 0 certainly. Also, the iteration is going to end when i is exactly one less than the size of the ArrayList. And this is possible only if we choose the option mentioned in the Answer section. In this, i starts from 0 and iterates till i is one less than name.size() which is the size of the ArrayList.