Guidance & Retirement

 

A wealth of resources to help you pursue your financial goals

 
Investment help and guidance when and how you need it

Investment guidance

Tools, insights and people—there's always help available when and how you need it.
Make sure retirement is part of your financial plan

Retirement planning

Starting your first job, retired or somewhere in between? What you need to know to be retirement-ready.

Life stage planning

Strategies for every stage of your investment life:
Everyone starts somewhere, let Merrill Edge be your financial guide.

Starting
out

How do you find the funds to start investing? First, get a handle on your finances and practice savings habits.
Balance today's financial goals as you build the wealth you need for the future.

Building
wealth

Learn how to balance competing financial goals during your peak earning years.
Assess the state of your financial plan as you near retirement.

Nearing
retirement

It's a sprint to the finish line. Assess where you stand today and make the most of the time you have to invest.
Begin setting retirement goals today to live comfortably in retirement.

In
retirement

These strategies can help you stretch your funds throughout your retirement.
Not sure where to begin?

New to investing?

Investing is an ongoing process: Prioritize your goals, select investments, and make adjustments to help you stay on track. See how we can help.
Investment guidance for beginners
What are your investment-related goals?

Goal planning

What do you want to achieve financially?
Learn more about:
Merrill Edge Roadmap®: A personalized action plan to help you pursue your goals
Consider how to financially prepare for major life events

Life Events

What's in your future? We'll help you prepare for life events related to home, family, finances, health and work.
Market research and analysis to help guide your financial plan
Research & analysis of financial topics, events and trends
Educational guidance to help inform your financial plan
Resources to help you make more informed decisions
Watch this webcast to understand how Social Security may impact your financial and investment plans

Your Money at Stake

What 30-, 40- and 50-year-olds need to know now about Social Security
Tools to assist you in setting financial goals today at Merrill Edge.

Tools & Calculators

Invest with greater confidence
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Get up to $600 when you enroll, open and fund a new Merrill Edge investment account or IRA.
You have choices for what to do with your employer-sponsored retirement plan. Depending on your financial circumstances, needs and goals, you may choose to roll over to an IRA or convert to a Roth, roll over to an employer-sponsored plan at your new employer, take a distribution or leave the account where it is. Each choice may offer different investment options and services, fees and expenses, withdrawal options, required minimum distributions, tax treatment and provide different protection from creditors and legal judgments. These are complex choices and should be considered with care. Visit http://www.merrilledge.com/retirement/rollover-ira or call a Merrill Edge rollover specialist at 1.888.637.3343 for additional information about your choices.

Merrill Edge and its Financial Solutions Advisors do not provide tax, accounting or legal advice. Any tax statements contained herein were not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding U.S. federal, state or local tax penalties. Please consult your own independent advisor as to any tax, accounting or legal statements made herein.

A direct rollover occurs when you request that a rollover check be made payable directly to the new custodian for the benefit of your individual retirement account (IRA) or employer-sponsored retirement plan. A direct rollover is not subject to tax or penalties.

An indirect rollover occurs when you request that a rollover check be made payable to you, after which you deposit the money into your IRA or another employer's retirement plan within 60 days. When such a distribution is made by the plan, the plan is required by law to withhold 20% of the taxable amount for prepayment of federal income taxes. If you wish to roll over the entire distribution, you must make up the 20% withholding out of your own funds, or you will be subject to income taxes and possibly early withdrawal penalties on the shortfall. If you fail to complete the rollover within 60 days, all or part of the money distributed to you will be taxable and a 10% additional tax for early withdrawals may apply.

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