What is a rollover crisis?

Answer A rollover crisis occurs when a government that's dependent on short-term debt is unable to find enough lenders or investors to keep providing money. Rollover crises are most commonly seen in emerg... Read More »

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What is a 401(k) rollover?

A 401k plan is a retirement plan given special tax benefits for retirement savings. A 401k rollover refers to a procedure for removing funds from a 401k account and putting them in another qualifie... Read More »

What is an IRA rollover?

An individual retirement account (IRA) rollover refers to moving money from another tax-qualified retirement account into an IRA. You are limited to rolling over money once per 12-month period.Func... Read More »

What is a rollover?

A rollover is movement of funds from one retirement account to another. People often complete a rollover when they move to a new job. However, there are many other situations when people rollover t... Read More »

What is a retirement rollover?

A retirement rollover is when you take funds from an eligible retirement account and have a portion or all of it moved or transferred to another eligible retirement plan. This transaction must be c... Read More »