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Hi,
I know these questions have probably been answered
many times in the past,I just can't seem to locate them.
My old 401k plan will have to be redistributed soon,either into my employers new 401k,payed out as a distribution or rolled over into an IRA.
The later is my current plans.I would like to roll over the assets into a brokerage account,to be used on one of the workshop screens.
My questions are,since I already contribute to my employers new 401k,will I still be able to use the old 401k assets as planned?
Will I be able to make contributions to the old 401k assets?
GlennD
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