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I assume the funds are in an IRA at the credit union. In that case, as long as there are no other IRA (nonrollover funds) in that account you can roll it into a new 401(k). However, you will probably be better off just finding a new IRA provider and leaving the funds in an IRA with fewer restrictions and more investment options.
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