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Financial Category: Retirement Planning      Location: MD
Posted: 03/19/2009      Approved: 03/19/2009
Number of Replies: 1     Email Copy To: email financial advice


Question:

Can I "transfer" my old 401K assets (mutual funds) to an existing SEP-IRA? I like my funds and will like to hold them until the market improve to re-allocate assets at with cheaper commission with my online broker. Is that possible or allowable?

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2009-03-20No but you can transfer them to a tradition IRA.Roderick Hausmann




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