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My 401K from my former place of employment is still with that company. I was told that in order to leave intact there, I had to have a certain amount in my plan. I do, but now I am coming up on my first anniversary with my new company, which will allow me to start participating in their 401K. With that being said, how do I go about moving my current 401K balance over to my new plan? AND (1) what are the benefits in doing so? (2) Are there any conditions/factors I need to look out for when the change takes place
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