Gah!

I know we are going through a time of transition. But grrrrr… not telling me that my 401K is closing. Not good. Now I have to figure out what I want to do. What are my options?

Crap, it was so much safer when I never saw that money.

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3 Responses

  1. *don’t spend the money*
    if you spend any of it you’ll have to pay massive tax penalties. Roll it into an IRA or Roth or soemthing. Call your bank or ING and ask for help.

    • I have an ING savings account and that is one of the places I’m thinking of checking out. Even if I can’t contribute regularly I can at least not touch it. Although I should be able to contribute, just not as much as now since I am contributing after taxes. Decisions Decisions.
      Off to peruse my financial blogs while I eat lunch.

      • ING has nice IRAs and you can contribute before taxes, it just works differently. You contribute and then write it all off at the end of the year.

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