If investors under 50 were tested on their knowledge of IRAs, they might eke out a B, maybe a B+. 

They have a general understanding of the tax advantages of IRAs but appear to confuse the specific benefits of traditional and Roth IRAs, according to new research from T. Rowe Price. 

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