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May 18th, 2007 at 12:22 am

Since starting my new job I now have a new retirement account. I still have my 403B account from my last job. I only have about 7K in the 403B and it is currently increasing by about 3-4% each quarter. I kinda like the idea having a seperate account--the whole don't put all you eggs in one basket mentality. Should I leave it in the 403B or put it somewhere else. And if so where?

2 Responses to “Thoughts?”

  1. nance Says:





    Dave Ramsey advises rolling it over in an IRA with a mutual fund company. I left my retirement fund with a former employer, and didn't pay attention to it for several years, and lost a lot of money. Also, they were going to charge me an annual fee to leave it there after a few years.

  2. Fern Says:

    I think in general it's always a good idea to have your money within your control and easy access, so would be best to roll your 403b into an IRA.

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