I am looking for ways to save and invest money for retirement. So far I have
- 401(k) - max.
- Roth IRA - max.
- High Yield Savings Account - Emergency Fund
- Brokerage Account where I buy some ETFs - Leftover
I am looking specifically for ways to invest long-term. Are there any obvious choices I am missing which could give me any tax advantage, or is the only thing left for me to do to buy stocks/ETFs? Is this normally handled by a traditional IRA account?
Background: I don't have any debt, so this is really about maximizing profits. I don't have a Health Savings Account and none is provided with my Health Insurance.