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I have been putting 14% of my income into my company's 401K managed by Fidelity.

I have now accepted a new job with a different company. I do not qualify to participate in their 401K for a year.

I plan on rolling my current 401K into an IRA so that I can invest in other things.

I currently have a Roth IRA and have invested the max for this year.

I wish to continue investing 14% (or more, got a nice raise) for my retirement.

The question is where?

I understand that I am limited to $2000 per year for an IRA, so where else can I put it?

Do I invest in stocks? That is what I want to do, but wanted to delay the taxes like in an IRA or 401K.

What are my choices?

Thank you
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