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You don't want to leave it in your old companies account. Have it moved trustee to trustee to an IRA. There used to be something called a conduit IRA. This type of IRA could be transferred to a new company's retirement plan (Pixie, correct me if I am wrong). A regular IRA can not be transferred to a new company's retirement plan. Even if you decide on moving the $ to a Roth IRA, the conduit IRA provides the flexibility.

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