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Subject: 403b to TDA to IRA? Date: 9/28/1999 11:26 PM
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I think I am being bamboozled. My "advisor" says they do not have exact records of where the money came from that they put in a TDA. They say that it seems to be a rollover from a 403b but they cannot tell whether it was from an account I had with my employer and it was rolled over when we changed investment companies for the 403b at work or if it came from my husband's teacher retirement which passed to me when he died.
IF IT WAS MY 403B CAN IT BE ROLLED OVER INTO AN IRA NOW FROM THE ANNUITY??? I have already been advised by you kind souls that it could be if it was his "qualified plan" which had come to me but can it be if it was mine?
I would be glad to read up on all of this if I had any idea where to find the information.
I really appreciate all the help.
Thanks, Franke
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