Welcome to the IRA Rollover Information Center
Here you'll find information and education about IRA rollovers. Save taxes and keep your retirement funds growing by transferring 401(k) and IRA assets into your own self-directed IRA.
MyIRArollover.com is a great resource for learning about types of IRAs, the benefits of doing an IRA rollover, and how to get the most out of your IRA rollover by designing and managing a balanced investment portfolio.
You'll learn about IRA custodians, inherited IRAs, and distributions from IRAs. And if you need it, help is just a click away.
IRA Rollovers - An Introduction
If you are looking for information on IRA rollovers you've come to the right place. This site is dedicated to helping people preserve the tax advantages of qualified retirement plans and IRAs by understanding the rules associated with them. The rules are not complicated, but there are lots of them. Some deal with how to do the rollover itself, some pertain to the investments within the IRA, and some very important ones relate to how and when you can and must take distributions from your IRA. We cover many of them here.
If you've landed on this site, you probably have some idea of what an IRA rollover is — a tax-free transfer of assets from a tax-deferred retirement program (such as a 401(k) or pension or another IRA) into your personal Individual Retirement Account. There are several reasons why you might want to utilize an IRA rollover. The main one is to avoid tax liability at the time you are eligible to receive benefits from a qualified plan. Rather than take direct receipt of the money, you arrange to have it placed into an IRA rollover account. This saves you from having to report a taxable distribution and paying income taxes at that time.
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