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Thanks to all of you for your great advice! I guess I'd read somewhere that you need to roll over your 401(k) when you leave a job, but maybe that was only if you have a new employer with a new 401(k) that matches, does that sound right? I think I'll probably keep it in the TSP, at least until I graduate. I do have about 50% in the C fund, 27% in the S, and nearly 6% in the I, and 9% each in the F & G funds. I might shift it around a little if I get a chance before I leave, but I'm not sure whether I'll have that option.

Thanks so much!

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