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thanks for the explanation...he is just going to have to eat the taxes...live

and learn...he should make the 60 day transfer on the rest...the whole thing was

a huge lack of asking questions and communicating. he had slightly less than 10 grand

in the fund...hancock and his ex company (he took another job) just wanted to pay him off

get him off their books and not let him roll it to another roth account he already had

set up...i retired from another company june 2 and anything under 5 grand in there

retirement accounts they too just want a check written...i just wanted to see if there

was any way he could fix this....

thanks for the help and zak gets another lesson in life and pays for it.
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