I'm fairly young, although don't make a ton of money, but have decided I want to open a RIRA for my future. I bank with Wells Fargo, can I just go see someone in there? Or do I need to go to a non-bank financial company?
I would prefer to not open one online just because I'm sure I might have some questions and would like to do it with someone face to face. Thanks.
Wells Fargo should be able to help you. But, Fidelity (I know) and Schwab (I think) have store front locations in many towns. They can help you face to face. I use Fidelity and Vanguard and recommend them both.