So I've transferred 401ks to IRAs, but never transferred IRA across brokers.
I went to initiate an IRA transfer at Schwab. First question it asks is "Select Type of Account". In the options provided I see few with "IRA" in them. Now I know we don't have any Roth IRAs.
I know my IRA used to be one/more 401ks. I consolidated into IRA at Scottrade.
I know my wife's was contribution AFTER taxes. This was before Roth IRAs existed and I didn't even have half a brain. I thought I was a genius and because my wife's income was below threshold she was eligible to contribute to an IRA and I decide investing in Firsthand Technology Fund and Bjurman Micro Cap fund was a fantastic idea. I had subsequently rolled each IRAs I had held directly with those fund companies into Scottrade IRA.
I also have a TRowePrice IRA which is also was a 401k previously. TRowePrice calls it Rollover IRA. Only mentioning because trying to make sense WTF is what kind of IRA.
So right now I need to transfer my Scottrade, now TDA IRAs to Schwab. What Account Type do I pick?