If you're nearing retirement, rolling over your 401(k) can be an effective way to secure your financial future. At Glory Financial, we believe that a customized approach is the key to success. Our experienced financial advisors, led by President and CEO Josh Karasow, specialize in helping retirees and those nearing retirement develop plans that provide safety from market losses, tax reduction strategies, guaranteed lifetime income, social security maximization, fee avoidance, and more.
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At Glory Financial, we understand that retirement planning can be overwhelming. That's why our team of experienced financial advisors is here to guide you through the process and help you achieve your retirement goals. Led by President and CEO Josh Karasow, we take a personalized approach to financial planning, incorporating all aspects of your financial life to create a comprehensive plan that works for you. With our guidance and support, you can confidently navigate the complexities of retirement planning and make informed decisions about your financial future. Contact us today to learn more.
What is a 401(k) rollover and how does it work?
A 401(k) rollover is the process of transferring funds from a 401(k) plan to an IRA or another qualified retirement plan. This can be done when you change jobs, retire, or simply want more control over your investments. The rollover process involves requesting a distribution from your 401(k) plan administrator and then depositing the funds into your new account within 60 days to avoid taxes and penalties.
What are the benefits of a 401(k) rollover?
Rolling over your 401(k) can have several benefits, such as simplifying your retirement accounts and gaining greater control over investment options. Additionally, it can potentially reduce fees and give you more flexibility in terms of withdrawals and distributions.
Are there any tax implications when rolling over a 401(k)?
If you roll over your 401(k) into an IRA or another qualified retirement plan, there are typically no immediate tax consequences. However, if you choose to withdraw the funds before the age of 59 ½, you may be subject to early withdrawal penalties and taxes.
How do I rollover my 401(k)?
To rollover your 401(k), you'll need to first contact your plan administrator and request a distribution. Then, you'll need to open an IRA or other qualified retirement plan and deposit the funds into that account within 60 days. It's important to ensure that the funds are transferred directly to the new account to avoid any tax or penalty issues.
Can I rollover my 401(k) while still employed?
In some cases, you may be able to rollover your 401(k) while still employed, but this will depend on your plan's rules and regulations. It's important to speak with your plan administrator to understand your options and any potential implications for rolling over your 401(k) while still employed.
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