Greetings, Windknot, and welcome. You wrote:<<From 1974-1990 I made monthly contributions to a TSA which now is worth about $31,000. I would like to re-invest a large chunk of this into the stock market, but am wondering what the tax consequences such a move would have for me?>>Assuming this is an old 403b plan from a prior employer, there shouldn't be any reason you cannot surrender the TSA and have the net proceeds transferred to a self-directed IRA at the broker of your choice. Both your present custodian and the broker can guide you through the necessary steps to do that without any tax impact to you.Regards..Pixy
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