I agree with my colleagues, that you need to make sure you can take a withdrawal or do a rollover. If it a 401(k) with an old company this should not be an issue. However, if it is with a current company you will have to
If you roll over your 401K to a brokerage account set up as an IRA rollover account, almost all investment options are open to you...mutual funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), options. There is one restriction...the IRS
Are you looking to roll out of your 401k plan all together and go to an IRA or are you just looking for other options inside of your current 401k? If you want to roll out of your plan, your plan must offer non hardship withdrawl
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