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1. The act or process of rolling over.
2. An accident in which a motor vehicle overturns.
3. The act or an instance of rolling over funds: an IRA rollover.


(ˈroʊlˌoʊ vər)
the reinvestment of funds, as from one stock or bond into another.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rollover - the act of changing the institution that invests your pension plan without incurring a tax penalty
change - the action of changing something; "the change of government had no impact on the economy"; "his change on abortion cost him the election"


[ˈrəʊləʊvər] n
(in lottery) enjeu auquel vient s'ajouter le gros lot du tirage précédent, faute de gagnant
[loan] → reconduction f
[vehicle] → tonneau m; [boat] → retournement mroll-top desk rolltop desk [ˌrəʊltɒpˈdɛsk] nbureau m à cylindreroll-up [ˈrəʊlʌp] n (British) (= cigarette) → cigarette f roulée
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The IRS clarified how the recently announced change in how it interprets the statutory one-rollover-per-year rule for individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) affects 2014 rollovers and how the rules apply starting in 2015.
Financial services providers are focused on IRA rollovers to win and retain clients, and to increase assets under management or advisement," said Kevin Chisholm, associate director at Cerulli.
Over the past several years, too many firefighters have been killed or injured in water tanker/ tender rollovers while responding to emergencies.
Approximately 11 million 401k to IRA rollovers occur each year, and in 2010, $570B worth of IRA rollovers occurred.
Starting in 2010, taxpayers will be able to make rollovers from non-Roth retirement accounts to Roth individual retirement accounts (IRAs) without regard to the current $100,000 modified adjusted gross income (AGI) limit and (in 2010 only) will be able to benefit from a special two-year averaging provision (the taxable portion of the rollover is taxed in 2011 and 2012).
Now, automakers are installing electronic stability control systems, designed to improve a vehicle's handling and help avoid rollovers.
THE Tote hope to inject more life into their trifecta bet by deciding to direct all midweek rollovers to the weekend, writes Howard Wright.
Even though less than 3 percent of crashes involve rollovers, they account for about one-third of occupant fatalities, killing more than 10,000 people in the United States every year.
Unlike the airbags for the front or side, the curtain uses a cold-gas inflator because the bag must stay inflated for a longer period of time [say, seven seconds]: rollovers are comparatively slow events.
Most off-the-shelf rollovers also required the installation of some type of clamping device on each mold box for holding the pattern while it was drawn from the mold.
In choosing the vehicle for the rollover, key issues are whether the new employer's plan accepts rollovers (they need not) and, if so, the terms and conditions that will apply to any funds so rolled over.
GM) sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) as being the most susceptible to rollovers.