With a Fidelity rollover IRA, you can keep adding 401(k)s and other former employer sponsored plans throughout your career.
Key things to know
|Why choose a rollover IRA?||
If you have changed jobs, retired, or have money left in a former employer's workplace savings plan, you might want to move your investments into a single account.
There are no opening, closing, or annual fees for Fidelity's traditional, Roth, SEP, SIMPLE, and rollover IRAs.1
We offer a range of Fidelity and non-Fidelity funds, plus stocks, bonds, ETFs, and CDs. We are always available to help you choose.
10% early withdrawal penalty may apply for withdrawals taken prior to age 59½ if no exceptions apply. Penalty-free withdrawals for qualifying first-time home purchase and certain college expenses. Required minimum distributions (RMDs) starting at age 72.2
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|Frequently asked questions||
If you have other questions, we may have the answer in our 401(k) rollover FAQs.
Options for your old 401(k)
Learn about rollovers and other choices for your old 401(k) when you retire or change jobs. Be sure to consider all your available options and the applicable fees and features of each before moving your retirement assets.
How to move your old 401(k) into a rollover IRA
We can help you navigate through the rollover process with step-by-step instructions.
Ready to get started?
Our rollover specialists can help with anything from understanding the options for your old 401(k) to guiding you through each step of the rollover process.