Can I transfer funds from another retirement plan into a Franklin Templeton retirement plan?

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Yes, it is possible to transfer funds from another retirement plan into a Franklin Templeton retirement plan. Franklin Templeton offers a rollover service, allowing individuals to consolidate their retirement savings into one account under their management. This process allows for a smooth transfer of funds without any tax implications or penalties. By transferring funds into a Franklin Templeton retirement plan, individuals can benefit from their wide range of investment options, expert guidance, and robust investment management services. It is advised to consult with a financial advisor or the Franklin Templeton team to understand the specific requirements and steps involved in transferring funds from another retirement plan into a Franklin Templeton retirement plan.
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Answered May 3, 2024

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