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|Subject: Simple question about 401k-to-IRA conversion||Date: 2/24/2011 1:59 AM|
|Author: chopsueycp||Number: 68532 of 83096|
I just left my old company and I want to convert my 401k to a regular old IRA (not a ROTH), so that I can have my own investment options.
I have a few questions about this:
1) Do I pay taxes on this rollover?
2) Do I have to even acknowledge this rollover in my taxes?
3) Will I still be able to take a loan on this money, or does the rollover to the IRA make this impossible?
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