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W401K: "There is no limit on Rollovers. You can rollover an entire 401k balance to an IRA. The limit is only on money you can contribute annually pre-tax (401k) or deduct from Gross Income (IRA).
Once money is in a 401k Plan all pre-tax money, employer money and earnings are eligible for a rollover to an IRA without limitation."


I would clarify as follows: There is no dollar limit on Rollovers; IIRC, there is, however, a frequency limitation on rollovers (not more than once per 12 months), but there is no frequency limitation on trustee-to-trustee transfers.

Just my $0.02. Regards, JAFO


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