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several years ago i left a company with a chunk of money in the company's 401(k) plan... i made the business decision to cash out, take the penalty, and pay the taxes so that i could use the funds to finance my own business (which thankfully worked out...)

my question (and i think i know the answer): is it possible to put this money i took out of my retirement account back into an IRA? meaning, take the entire "chunk" (rather more than the ~15% allowed for a SEP-IRA) and put it into an IRA?

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my question (and i think i know the answer): is it possible to put this money i took out of my retirement account back into an IRA? meaning, take the entire "chunk" (rather more than the ~15% allowed for a SEP-IRA) and put it into an IRA?
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Nope - you had 60 days from the date of receiving the 401k money to roll it tax free to another tax deffered account.

Pete
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