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The old company's 401K plan invested in a broad range of mutual funds.

The new company's 401K plan invests in a comparable broad range of mutual funds.

The old company's Rollover IRA would perhaps give me a broader range of mutual funds to invest in compared to the 20 or 30 mutual funds that the new company is offering in their plan.

Would it perhaps be better to take the money and roll it over into a totally different IRA based on mutual funds? (Self-directed, no-load)

My basic question is: are there any advantages to rolling the money into the new company's?
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