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Retirement accounts

 

Invest in your retirement and build wealth with tax-advantaged accounts.

  • Traditional & Roth IRAs

    Assets have the potential to grow tax-deferred with various contributions and withdrawals guidelines.

  • Rollover IRA1

    Consider your choices whether to consolidate your retirement assets in a former employer’s qualified plan, or other IRA(s) into an IRA.

  • Trusteed IRA

    The tax benefits of a Traditional or Roth IRA with control over who inherits assets and how quickly beneficiaries can withdraw them.

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You have choices for what to do with your 401(k) or other type of plan-sponsored accounts. Depending on your financial circumstances, needs and goals, you may choose to rollover to an IRA or convert to a Roth IRA, rollover a 401(k) from a prior employer to a 401(k) at your new employer, take a distribution, or leave the account where it is. Each choice may offer different investment options and services, fees and expenses, withdrawal options, required minimum distributions, tax treatment, and provide different protection from creditors and legal judgments. These are complex choices and should be considered with care.

 

Did you know that there are two ways to move assets from one IRA to another? The most common is a transfer. This is when you transfer assets from an IRA held at one financial institution to an IRA at another. You may directly transfer assets between investment firms as frequently as you wish. The second, less common approach is called An indirect rollover. Rollovers occur when you withdraw assets from an IRA and then “roll” those assets back into the same IRA or into another one within 60 days. IRS rules limit you to one rollover per client per twelve month period.

 

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