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Hi All,

I just resigned from my job. I have roughly $12K in my 401K plan. I will be going to law school in a few weeks and may have to use some or all of the money from the 401K towards tuition (hopefully I won't have to.)

Are there any suggestions on what I should do with the money in the event that I do not have to use it for law school? I know I can leave it where it is (T. Rowe Price) or roll it over into a Traditional IRA with T. Rowe or another company.

Thanks for all the responses.

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