Direct vs. Indirect Rollover: What’s the Difference & What Are the Rules?

An IRA rollover allows you to consolidate former employer-sponsored retirement plans and potentially access a greater variety of asset options. When you’re weighing a rollover of retirement funds, there are two types to consider: direct and indirect. Follow along as we explore the difference between direct and indirect rollovers, the rules for each, and how…

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Watch These 10 Economic Indicators to Better Protect Your Retirement

Economic indicators tell you whether the economy is expanding or contracting. When these indicators are reported to the public, they can cause the stock market to shift in a second. But what about something like your retirement portfolio? Can economic indicators send shockwaves through your IRA, 401(k), or other retirement vehicles? Learn more about the…

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What You Need to Know About the New Rules for 401(k) Rollovers to IRAs

If you’re facing a 401(k) rollover decision in the coming year—because you’re changing jobs or because you’re nearing retirement and want to hold onto your tax-sheltered status a bit longer—there are some important yet complicated changes you need to know about. Here, we go over what a 401(k) to IRA rollover is, why you might…

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Retirement Accounts Are Filling up—How Diversified Are They?

Perhaps fueled by time at home and stimulus funds, the average balance in Americans’ retirement accounts hit a record for the third straight quarter this year, according to Fidelity. We’ll look at the story and then review how that money is being allocated. What’s really inside American retirement accounts, and could they be more diversified?…

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The Power of Continuing Education for a Stronger Financial Future

Who are you reaching out to about your future? Many individuals and organizations can help you build a better tomorrow and provide information to strengthen your financial future. Even if you feel well-equipped to weather any economic storm, there’s nothing wrong with reevaluating your current situation to ensure that your goals align with where you…

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Why Is Setting Financial Goals Important? Back to School with U.S. Money Reserve

Back-to-school season is upon us once again. It’s time to prepare the family for success in a new school year, but it’s also time to prepare yourself—starting with your finances. They are the foundation for today and tomorrow! Setting yourself up for success includes making a list of goals and establishing good habits as early…

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