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Subject:  Re: Withdraw 1/2 ROTH IRAs to Invest in Stocks? Date:  1/7/2020  11:49 PM
Author:  pauleckler Number:  26284 of 26385

It is common for companies to offer 401K plans and Roth 401k for their employees and those plans can have strict rules.

It is rather uncommon to have company Roth IRA plans. If they are Roths, you should be able to transfer the balance tax free to the custodian of your choice. That custodian can be a discount broker allowing you to invest in stocks, bonds, etfs, or mutual funds of your choice.
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