IRA transfer

IRA Transfer

The exchange of assets in an IRA between two money managers or trustees. That is, an IRA transfer occurs when an account holder wishes to change trustees. In an IRA transfer, the account holder never has direct possession of the assets. It is important not to confuse an IRA transfer with an IRA rollover.

IRA transfer

The direct transfer of assets in an individual retirement account from one trustee to another. With an IRA transfer, the investor does not take physical possession of the IRA assets; thus, there are no tax consequences to the movement of the funds. A direct transfer may result in some lost income to the investor since the funds could remain in transit for a number of days. Compare IRA rollover.
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L = Revenue generated solely from local sources; L + T = Revenue generated from local sources + IRA transfer.
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In order to qualify for this tax treatment, Nancy's Roth IRA transfer must be part of a distribution to two or more retirement accounts.
When taking the client through this page, we contrast an IRA rollover with an IRA transfer.
In 2011, they have a current income of $50,000; add to that the $50,000 of the original IRA transfer that is now being recognized for tax purposes, and you have a 2011 income of $100,000.
However, where the taxpayer discovers, in the year of distribution, that the IRA transfer is taxable, it may still be possible to avoid the 10-percent penalty tax.
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Commissioner, TC Memo 1999-289, holding that an IRA transfer was taxable to the ex-husband.
Alternatively, he argued that his $111,600 transfer qualified for nonrecognition as an IRA transfer incident to divorce.
To avoid current taxation on the transfer, the divorce decree should specify that the IRA transfer is pursuant to the divorce; the IRA should be transferred from the transferor spouse's IRA account to the former spouse's IRA account.
An IRA transfer involves movement of the assets from one IRA trustee to another IRA trustee, without any distribution to the individual.
The next two withdrawals were permissible because direct plan to IRA transfers and trustee-to-trustee transfers are not subject to the 365-day rule.