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The little that I understand tells me that if I take money out from a particular fund, I have x number of days to "roll it over" into a new investment, eg, a mutual fund, ohterwise I will be taxed on the amount.

Please explain. If the answer is yes, Does this apply only to IRAs? Can I roll the money into stocks, for example, Johnson and Johnson or some other company?

Thank you,


PS: where can I read more about this topic?
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