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Thanks for that information. I was afraid it wouldn't be possible to get around the penalty once removed from the old 401k. I suppose I can still do the rollover and set up the 30k fund seperate from my long term objectives and once that gains more than than 50%, withdraw that portion and bite the tax bullet. At least the tax bite will be from future earnings and not the past earnings.
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