1 You have choices about what to do with your employer-sponsored retirement plan accounts. Depending on your financial circumstances, needs and goals, you may choose to roll over to an IRA or convert to a Roth IRA, roll over an employer-sponsored plan from your old job to 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 different types of 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 888.637.3343 for more information about your choices.
2 There is a single, 5 year holding period when determining whether earnings can be withdrawn federally tax-free as part of a qualified distribution from a Roth IRA. This period begins January 1 of the year of the first contribution to any Roth IRA account.
3 With inherited IRAs, beneficiaries must begin taking distributions within certain periods specified by the IRS.
4 Retirement accounts opened through Bank of America, N.A., including Roth and Traditional IRAs, are insured by the FDIC up to $250,000 per depositor. These accounts are insured separately from other deposits you may have with Bank of America, N.A.
5 Bank of America, N.A., a wholly owned banking affiliate of Bank of America Corporation (BofA Corp.) and member FDIC makes available the Health Savings Account as a custodian only. The account beneficiary establishing the HSA is solely responsible for ensuring satisfaction of eligibility requirements set forth in IRC sec 223. If an individual/employee establishes a HSA and s/he is not otherwise eligible, s/he will be subject to adverse tax consequences. In addition, an employer making contributions to the HSA of an ineligible individual may also be subject to tax consequences. We recommend that applicants and employers contact qualified tax or legal counsel before establishing a HSA.
Mutual fund offerings for BANA's HSA are provided by Devenir, LLC., which is a registered broker-dealer and member FINRA/SIPC. Devenir, LLC provides investment services through its affiliate Devenir Investment Advisers, LLC, which is a registered investment adviser. Devenir, LLC is not an affiliate of BofA Corp. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated does not provide investment services for the BANA HSA.
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