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rollover

[′rōl‚ō·vər]
(computer science)
A keyboard feature that allows more than one key to be depressed simultaneously, enabling the keys to be depressed more rapidly in sequence.

rollover

A graphic element in an application or on a Web page that changes its color or shape when the pointer is moved (rolled) over it. See JavaScript rollover. See also n-key rollover.
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Rollovers from qualified plans do not need to be converted to cash prior to completing the rollover.
Those numbers, though, tend to even out for middle-aged groups (ages 50-54, per EBRI)--the prime rollover target group.
For advisors holding themselves out as providers of fiduciary advice to plan participants, the DOL Rollover Opinion provides that they cannot capture rollover assets from this client base.
candidate with the Biomechanics Center who is developing a dummy for his dissertation that specifically is for testing and predicting injury risk in rollover crashes.
If a trader buys and sells within the same business day, there is no issue with delivery, but if they want to carry over their trade to the next business day they are required to use Tom/Next rollover procedures.
The new rule does not apply to trustee-to-trustee rollovers, or rollovers between qualified plans and IRAs.
1, 2015, and properly rolled over to another IRA will still get tax-free treatment, subsequent distributions from any of the individual's IRAs (including traditional and Roth IRAs) received within one year after that distribution will not get tax-free rollover treatment.
plans or other alternatives," and b) "broker/dealers and investment advisers for possible improper or misleading marketing and advertising, conflicts, suitability, churning, and the use of potentially misleading professional designations when recommending the movement of assets from a retirement plan to an IRA rollover account in connection with a customer's or client's change of employment.
The biggest rollover before today was at Navan on March 29, when there was a rollover of €169,892 and the pool reached €255,491.
A comparison of the marginal income tax rate in the year of rollover with the marginal income tax rate during the period of voluntary distributions or required minimum distributions (RMD) from IRC section 401 (k), 403(b), 457 retirement plans or traditional IRAs.
Rollovers continue to have a much greater impact on IRA asset growth than contributions, the report noted.
Advisers also should know whether they want to handle rollover business extensively or as a niche.