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Subject: Switching 401K to a Broker Date: 7/13/2000 10:54 PM
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I would like to invest one of my 401K plans from a previous employer. It is not doing well and I would like to rattle the dice in the wireless market. I want to switch the entire fund in such a way that I do not get stuck with taxes should the previous fund withhold the 20%, so the new account would have to be qualified in some way. I am 62, but plan on working until the dirt nap. Where do I find such a broker?
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