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I was thinking that I would just roll the money that I already have into my new 401k when I get another job.

If your new company allows this and has good investment choices, this could work out OK. You can also leave your 401k at your old company if they have good choices and you meet certain criteria (have more than $X there). A real popular choice is to roll it into an IRA at a fund company that has the investment choices you want. I'm pretty sure you can roll that IRA into a future company's 401k if you don't ever comingle the 401k rollover IRA with any "regular" IRA money. For the maximum flexibility, keep the rollover money separate.
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