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Klibra -

Excellent question!

I would generally agree with Pixy...

403b rollover to an IRA may make a lot of sense, however one feature of the 403b that might be important is its loan provision. Review the rules at you new employer & try to look into the future - if you want to preserve the loan feature to its maximum availability, roll the old 403b into the new account. But if a loan feature is not very important, moreover if the new IRA pre-age 59½ withdrawal opportunities could be important to you, then roll into IRA.

...just my 2¢... PP
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