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A company that has a 401k plan that does not match
contributions but adds profit sharing is sold. The new company has some contribution matching and no profit sharing. Their fund selection is not the same and the original company has disolved their participation with the custodians of the funds.Can the original 401k monies be rolled into other funds or must they remain with the new company? Also profit sharing monies from non-vested employees of the original company that had departed was divided among those still employed vested or not. Should that continue or can the selling owners take that with them?

I hope someone can make some sense of these questions!

Thank you all very much,
Meatheadfool
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