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Subject: Can you rollover into IRA anytime? Date: 11/23/2011 3:12 PM
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My company was recently acquired and I have the option to rollover into an IRA or to do nothing and allow the 401k to roll into the new company's 401k plan. I would rather roll it into an IRA so that I have more investment options. My question is whether this sort of thing can be done anytime or only during an event such as this or leaving a company?
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