401(k) Rollover Fresno, CA Not Sure What To Do With Your Old 401(k)?401(k) rollover services locally in Fresno, CA, and surrounding California areas.Do you have an old 401(k) or 403(b) from your former employer? At Blosser Harrison we can help you compare your options so you can make the right decision.401(k) and IRA Rollover Services available locally in Fresno, Los Angeles, Merced, Clovis and Modesto and throughout California. You have a few options with your old 401(k) or 403(b).. Option 1. Open a Rollover IRA through Blosser Harrison Wealth ManagementIf your new employer does not offer a 401(k) or 403(b) then you can rollover your account into a rollover IRA through one of our trusted custodians. By rolling over your qualified account you can take control and continue tax deferred growth potential. Through Blosser Harrison we will help you design a cost effective retirement portfolio designed to help you reach your retirement goals. Option 2. Rollover to a new workplace planOur financial advisors can help you consolidate your 401(k) into your new employers plan. Your new company may or may not have a financial advisor to educate you about your investment options or maybe you are not comfortable with the one provided. Either way, we can help fill in the gap for a reasonable fee. Its important that you receive objective advice about your investment options, after all its your hard earned money and with a little effort you can make a big impact on your retirement savings.Our financial advisor's can help you with:Determining your investment risk tolerance.Determining how much you should be contributing to your 401(k).Identifying your required rate of return.Analyzing your investment choices.Analysis of mutual fund fees and fund types.Working with your new retirement plan sponsor during the rollover process.Ongoing investment portfolio reviews. Option 3. Cash Out for RetirementIf you withdraw money from your 401(k) or 403(b) plan, your cash distribution will be subject to federal and state taxes and, before age 59 1/2, a 10% withdrawal penalty may apply. By taking a cash distribution, your portfolio wont have the potential to continue growing tax-deferred.Our financial advisors can help you with:RMD CalculationsCash Flow NeedsTax Considerations Request a 401(k) Rollover Name Email Phone Message Thank you! Oops!