Originally Posted by FinanceDude
In general, most plans allow you to do that. However, I would roll it to a self-directed IRA. Why limit yourself to ONLY the plan choices in the new 401K??
I've been gearing up for the Roth IRA conversion in 2011 and been putting in money in non-deductible IRAs for it the last couple of years. (I do not qualify for tax-deferred IRAs) I have one tax-deferred roll-over IRA and if there is a way to put this into my current 401K, all I have to do for the 2011 Roth IRA conversion is to pay practically no taxes (I have had only losses since 2008 in my non-ded IRAs, which may change by 2011 but probably not by much.), hence the question.
I will talk to the current, active 401K admin and see if I can move my roll-over tax-deferred IRA in there.