roll over

Definition of "roll over"
  1. The act of reinvesting funds from a maturing financial account or security into a similar one, or deferring repayment of a loan by renewing its terms upon maturity
How to use "roll over" in a sentence
  1. She decided to roll over her traditional IRA to another account to better manage her retirement savings.
  2. When his loan matured, he was given the option to roll over the terms, postponing his payment obligation.
  3. To continue benefiting from the tax-free growth, he chose to roll over his 401(k) into another qualifying retirement account.

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