Question regarding an employers contrib (matching or otherwise) to your 401k...I have heard that after some criteria(company service time ?) is met that the IRS has ruled that Company 401k plans must allow employees to roll over (to an IRA/Roth) some/all of that portion of their 401h which is locked up in the companies stock..This would be simular to a regular roll-over but this would be initiated _before_ you left the company... Usually employer contribs are locked up in the companies stock and the IRS's contention is that having a significant amount of your retirement in an individual stock is more risky ... esp near retirement.??? Does anyone have ANY information on this ???i am assuming that the criteria would be after so many years with the company... say 10, 15 or 20...I searched the IRS's web site for info on this and cannot find anything.
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