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I have a 403(b) from 2 jobs ago which I would like to rollover because the investment options are quite limited. I have discovered that I can roll it over into a Rollover IRA and would like to do this. However, it is a small amount of money ($1,200) and the yearly fees for Rollover IRA's seem to make this an unattractive option. I don't intend to add to the IRA in the future because I take part in my current employers 401(k) plan. Is there anything else I can do with this 403(b) money or is it best left where it is?

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