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Food for thought. I was in a similar situation and I chose your third option for me right now. The reason being that my previous employer contributed to my 401(k) but you had to have 5 years employment before you were fully vested with the company. I wasn't there 5 years. I decided to leave my money in their plan. That way, at least the money they contributed can earn money for me. However, I like the idea of rolling this money into IRA.

Ryan Draughn
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