Rollover: Can I consolidate a number of old 401k Roll over accounts into one?
Yes! You can consolidate multiple 401(k)s from previous employers into a single IRA account at Wealthfront.
You can find rollover instructions here.
If you have an IRA account open and funded with us already, simply click the "Transfer / rollover" button on your dashboard.
If you do not have an IRA account open with us yet, during the account opening signup flow you can select "Roll over a Traditional 401(k) or other workplace retirement plan" or "Roll over a Roth 401(k) or other workplace retirement plan" for the account Type.
For the rollover process itself, the vast majority of 401(k) providers will liquidate your account and send a check per your instructions.
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