Your Millennium Trust IRA
An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a tax-deferred way to save money for retirement. The IRA that was established for you at Millennium Trust Company was “automatically rolled over” from a retirement plan at a former employer. It was rolled over into an account at Millennium Trust either because your former employer closed out the plan or was unable to reach you to discuss your options.
The funds in your IRA are currently held in an FDIC-insured, interest-bearing bank demand account, unless you have directed otherwise. We invite you to explore additional options for your IRA.
Contributing to IRA
If you are eligible to fund an IRA, you can make contributions to your Millennium Trust IRA up to the IRS's annual contribution limit. You may also transfer other IRAs or rollover distributions from other retirement plans into your Millennium IRA.Deposit Form
Because the terms of your former retirement plan are no longer applicable, any specified beneficiary designation ended when the rollover was made. You should specify your beneficiary designation(s) by completing the Automatic Rollover Account Agreement. If your account agreement has already been submitted, you can change your designation(s) by completing the Beneficiary Designation form.Beneficiary Designation Form
Millennium Trust charges a one-time fee to establish an IRA in your name and an annual fee for custody and investment services. After the first year, your account is charged an annual fee in the same month the account was established.
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