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Subject: 401-k rollover Date: 1/22/2000 5:38 PM
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My former company was closed down and the 401-k plan terminated and I now have the rollover options. Any pro or con to the following suggestions:

1. rollover the entire amount into the new company plan (approx $250k)
or
2. As suggested by the former fund manager (an Insurance company)- rollover 1/2 to new company plan so I have the loan option available and place other 1/2 in a variable annuity through the former insurance company which managed the original 401-k (will have similiar investment options.) This was also suggested by my insurance agent.
or
3. Any other foolish advice:
the message board mentioned Vanguard Index Fund or just place funds in a rollover IRA until I have availed myself to the FOOLISH WEBPAGE.


Thanks

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