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Greetings, John, and welcome. You asked:

<<The 403(b)(7) can still only be invested in mutual funds. Does anyone know if it is possible to roll the 403(b)(7) account into an IRA while I still have the job so I could invest in stocks?>>

Nice try, but it definitely is NOT allowed while you are still employed in the job that offers the 403b plan. You'll have to wait until you leave that job to transfer the money to an IRA.

Regards..Pixy

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