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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.
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(ˈroʊlˌoʊ vər)
the reinvestment of funds, as from one stock or bond into another.
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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"
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[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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ADVISER QUESTION: I’m an RIA [registered investment adviser] who works with a few retirement plans, and I know what the DOL [Department of Labor] says about recommending rollovers, but most of my work is wealth management for individuals, including their IRAs [individual retirement accounts].
Unless you have the right training, credentials and errors and omissions insurance, you should probably not go into much detail with clients about the tax implications of retirement plan rollovers. But you may need to know something about the tax rules for rollovers just to stay out of trouble, and to hold your own in conversations with accountants and tax lawyers.
Significantly, 82 percent of the households with rollovers said they rolled over their entire account in their last rollover.
To curb potential abuses associated with "capturing" rollovers, the DOL issued Advisory Opinion 2005-23A (the "Rollover Opinion").
"Manufacturers design and tailor the crash safety features in their cars--such as airbags, seats, and seatbelts--based on how crash test dummies respond in various scenarios, such as rollovers," explains Qi Zhang, a Ph.D.
The unrealised profits or losses are usually calculated as the difference between the original traded rate (possibly adjusted for previous T/N rollovers) and the end of day rate of the traded currency cross at 17:00 Eastern Standard Time (New York time).
A SINGLE winner of today's totescoop6 could collect up to PS700,000 following two consecutive rollovers.
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.
The Internal Revenue Service gave advisors some much needed guidance regarding the ever-challenging issue of rollovers as 2014 drew to a close.
"However, this is a general rule--for example, direct trustee-to-trustee transfers are not considered rollovers and thus subject to this rule," Fax said.
The GAO observed that although service providers offer participants a great deal of assistance for IRA rollovers, relatively little support is provided for plan-to-plan rollovers.