Making the Most of Your Retirement

If you're leaving a job, retiring, or have money left in a former employer's 401(k) plan, you may want to consider rolling those retirement assets over to a PNC Investments Rollover IRA. This is one of four options you may have for these assets.

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Rollover IRAs

• A rollover IRA is one of four options you may have for old employer plan assets when leaving an employer; review all of your options before making a decision.
• A rollover allows you to transfer assets from your former employer’s plan into an IRA without taxes or penalties
• Assets continue to accumulate on a tax-deferred basis
• Consolidating money from multiple employer plans into one account can increase administrative ease and potentially reduce fees


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What should you do with your old 401(k)? When leaving your employer, explore your options.

 

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