Advisory Fees and Charges
The advisory fee is for services we provide, as well as clearing and custodial services provided by the custodian. The account holder is responsible for the advisory fee. The fee is paid quarterly in arrears and debited from your account. The advisory fee does not include the fees and expenses applicable to investment funds, including the fees and expenses that are reflected in the price of the ETF and mutual fund shares, which are deducted from the fund’s net asset value and are borne by the fund’s shareholders.
The advisory fee also does not include additional costs that are charged by the custodian for ancillary services. For more information regarding the advisory fee and other costs associated with the program, please refer to the Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC Marcus Invest Form ADV Part 2 Brochure or your Account Agreements. Pricing is subject to change.
Before deciding to roll over a retirement account, you should consider your personal circumstances and needs. If you are considering moving from one account to another, you typically can decide among a number of options such as: keep the assets in the existing plan or account; roll over the assets to your new employer's plan (if applicable); and/or roll over the assets to an IRA. These options may offer different benefits and drawbacks in the context of your overall planning and retirement goals. Some general considerations include fees and expenses, available investment options, distribution rules including required minimum distributions, tax considerations, protection from creditors and legal judgments, differences in service levels and other factors that may be specific to your circumstances.
Marcus Invest's communications to you about rollovers are provided to you solely on the basis that they are educational and intended to provide you with general information that does not address your specific personal circumstances. They are not intended to be an individualized recommendation that you take any particular action.
IRS rules generally prohibit individuals from making more than one rollover between IRAs in any 12-month period if the IRA provider paid the IRA funds directly to the individual, rather than directly to the IRA provider for the benefit of the receiving IRA. Such rollovers are called “indirect” rollovers. There are no such limits on rollovers that are facilitated as "direct" or "trustee-to-trustee" transfers, which is the type of rollover that you would seek to initiate through the process described here. Also, in an indirect rollover, the amount distributed to the individual is net of tax withholding (i.e., less than the full account balance). Generally, amounts distributed in an indirect rollover must be deposited in a retirement plan or IRA within 60 calendar days. If the full rollover amount is not deposited within 60 calendar days, it is treated as an early distribution that is potentially subject to additional taxes and penalties.
The process described here is designed to facilitate a "direct" rollover. Marcus Invest is unable to monitor whether clients have in fact deposited funds to a Marcus Invest IRA via an indirect rollover. Please consult with your tax advisor to get more information and consider whether the restrictions on indirect rollovers apply to you. At this time, we do not offer SIMPLE IRAs or support SIMPLE IRA rollovers.