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Subject:  Re: 401K to rollover IRA Date:  5/14/2013  7:28 PM
Author:  billjam Number:  72241 of 78166

Since the funds are considered as part of the 401k(they really are), you can't just take them out and put them in a taxable account.

I referred to after-tax contributions only being withdrawn at the time of the rollover. Every company has a limit on the percentage of salary that can be contributed to a 401k on a tax deferred basis. Employees may contribute more than that but it must be after-tax money.

When I rolled my 401k I didn't even have choice. I was required to