Yes. There are no taxes to pay or penalties if it is an in-kind roll over
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- How do I calculate the amount I can contribute to my Solo 401k and profit sharing plan?
- What are the ongoing responsibilities and costs involved in a Solo 401k?
- Can I use the Solo 401k for something that I want to benefit on, or does it have to be a purely on investment?
- If you’re running everything through an Solo 401k and this is your only source of income, you have not yet reached old age, how does that work?
- If I have an existing 401k or IRA from an old employer, can I roll that into the new plan?