However, I chose to go with the Moderate Portfolio for the purpose of this review.
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It rounds up to the nearest dollar (or more) for every credit card purchase and micro-invests the difference. The negatives: Acorns does not offer IRA accounts and isn't made for long-term goals like retirement planning.
For many of us, investing can seem overly complicated and somewhat intimidating if you don’t know the ins and outs.
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The Moderately Conservative Portfolio was recommended for me based on my variable cash flow (as a self-employed taxpayer), a median net worth, my long-term investment reason, my age, and above-average income.
Signing up for an Acorns investment account is a relatively easy process and starts with signing up on the web or downloading the app for free from i Tunes, Amazon or Google Play stores.