Staying in your retirement plan when you stop working

It might be right for you

One of your biggest retirement decisions is deciding what you’ll do with your retirement money. The good news? You may not have to take your money out. Did you know leaving it in your plan* may already be giving you the most value at the most competitive price? You always have access to Retirement Specialists who are ready to help you and your unique situation, at no additional cost.

Leaving your money in your plan also allows for growth potential as you reach and go through retirement. At age 72 the government will make you take Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs), but the rest of the money in your plan has the opportunity to grow.

Additional possible benefits of staying in the plan include flexible payout options, confident plan oversight, timely communications, and intuitive online tools and resources.

Possible options for your money

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*If your plan allows

Qualified retirement plans, deferred compensation plans and individual retirement accounts are all different, including fees and when you can access funds. Assets rolled over from your account(s) may be subject to surrender charges, other fees and/or an additional 10% early withdrawal tax if withdrawn before age 59 1/2. Nationwide and its representatives do not give legal or tax advice. Please contact your legal or tax advisor for such advice.

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