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Subject: Re: 401(k) Rollover Date: 5/19/1998 4:56 PM
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<<. Is there any other way I can take what I currently have in to 401(k) and roll it over,>>

Nope - I think your choices are: quit, retire(if old enough), or die. Perhaps you could arrange a short term 'quitting' of your job with your employer, so you could roll is out of the plan; however, that might be fraud.

<<afterall it is my money>>
Well, it might be your money, if you have been there long enough to be fully vested. Otherwise, some or all of the 'matching' is not really yours yet.
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