We offer several options for finding the form you need to open a new account or to manage your existing T. Rowe Price account.
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Open a New General Investing Mutual Fund Account

Open a New Roth IRA Mutual Fund Account

Open a New Traditional IRA Mutual Fund Account

IRA Inheritance

Claim an inheritance from an IRA. Additional information regarding claiming an inheritance can be found on the IRA Inheritance Facts.

IRA Distribution

Log in to place a distribution from your IRA.

Bank Account Information

Update mutual fund accounts electronic bank transfers.

Automatic Transactions

Establish regular investments, transfers and withdrawals to stay on track for your goals.

Ownership Change

Change ownership of a mutual fund or brokerage account. Based on your life event, review the Ownership Change Due to Life Events to receive specific instructions based on your situation.

IRA Roth Conversion

Convert your Traditional IRA to a T. Rowe Price Roth IRA.

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This material is provided for general and educational purposes only, and is not intended to provide legal, tax or investment advice. This material does not provide fiduciary recommendations concerning investments or investment management; it is not individualized to the needs of any specific benefit plan or retirement investor, nor is it directed to any recipient in connection with a specific investment or investment management decision.

A retirement account should be considered a long-term investment. Retirement accounts generally have expenses and account fees, which may impact the value of the account. Early withdrawals are subject to taxes and possible penalties. For more detailed information about taxes, consult a tax attorney or accountant for advice.

Consider all available options, which include remaining with your current retirement plan, rolling over into a new employer's plan or IRA, or cashing out the account value.  When deciding between an employer-sponsored plan and an IRA, there may be important differences to consider --such as range of investment options, fees and expenses, availability of services, and distribution rules (including differences in applicable taxes and penalties). Depending on your plan's investment options, in some cases, the investment management fees associated with your plan's investment options may be lower than similar investment options offered outside the plan.

Please note that the 529 plan's disclosure document includes investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information that you should read and consider carefully before investing.

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