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What to do about the 401(k) account when leaving the employer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Started new job. Rollover previous employer 401k to new 401k, IRA or Roth IRA? I have a 401(k) account with my last company. I contributed 6% and company matched up to 6%. Now ...
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Switching Jobs - What should I do with 401k? Roll to IRA? Transfer to new 401k? Leave it? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Started new job. Rollover previous employer 401k to new 401k, IRA or Roth IRA? I'm leaving my current employer next week and have about $10k in a 401k plan. What is best to do ...
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Clarification on maintaining 401 K Account with Ex-Employer? [duplicate]

A year ago, I changed my job and holding new 401K with my current Employer. I have not transferred my previous 401 K account to my new Employer. I still maintain my existing 401 K account with my ...
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What to do with my previous jobs' 401ks? Advice for someone in his 20's [duplicate]

I'm 26 and became self-employed. I have been wondering what to do with my previous 401ks. Any help is appreciated. Currently I have: -$3.5k in a 401k (Ubiquity) from the company I just stopped ...
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Quitting working - where to put 401k money? [duplicate]

My spouse is considering becoming a stay-at-home parent. They currently work and have a 401k. If they do leave their job, and want to rollover the 401k, what's the best investment vehicle to choose? ...
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Rollover 401k to IRA or another 401k in the future [duplicate]

I have a 401k from my previous employer but currently working at a contract-to-hire position and have no 401k. Would it be a better idea to roll the 401k into an IRA or wait until I have another 401k ...
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Quit my job: What can/should I do with funds in previous employer's 401(k) plan?

I recently changed jobs, and my previous employer offered a 401k. I know I can roll that money into an IRA. Before I do anything, I would like to understand what options I have, and which option is ...
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Multiple 401(k) accounts

I had a 401(k) with a previous employer. When I left, I rolled the account over to ShareBuilder and it's been sitting there ever since. I am not making any contributions to this account. In the last ...
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401(k) administration fees vs Rollover IRA fees?

I'm evaluating rolling over my old 401(k) into a self-administered IRA. I know the general costs and benefits (mostly benefits, in terms of increased flexibility, as stated here), but I'd like to see ...
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Locked out of my IRA due to incorrect date of birth on account

I had a 401k plan with a company that I left several years ago and since went out of business and so their 401k plan was rolled over into a generic IRA plan. I want to roll the IRA over into the 401k ...
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Should you always rollover a 401k to a personal IRA after leaving a company?

As far as I know, all 401ks charge recurring fees to the employees. Some even charge percentage fees based on your balance. This is on top of the fund fees you'd have to pay for Fidelity/Vanguard/etc ...
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Rollover IRA: Open with my broker, with my bank, or other? How do I go about evaluating?

I've read a few posts here and here to educate me on the pros/cons for the type of IRA. I currently have a bank account with a major bank and a brokerage account with a major brokerage company. How ...