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I cannot find the answer to this. Part of my wife's 401(k) is tapped in a fund that is unproductive at best. I'll spare the long story, but suffice it to say, it cannot be moved into another option.

She is still with the employer and making 401(k) contributions. My question is, can she remove the portion that is in the dog, and move it to a traditional IRA where the options are better?

Thanks all,

Marshall
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