Against my better judgement, but a question

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    Taxes on capital gains are already about low as they will go, so just invest like normal, and stay away from 401K scams and tying it up in IRA's and other schemes.
     
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    I would put it in a 401-k and ignore college educated investment advisors who want you to diversify and play it like a high stakes poker game and you will have more than enough money to retire on. After I retired, put it in a seven year annuity which matures next year and I retired when 58 after decades of back breaking and stinking work. What am I going to do with that pile of money when I live comfortably without it? Donating it to the poor is not an option.
     
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    I would put it in a 401-k

    Pretty sure you can only roll 401Ks into a current 401k.
    This would have to go into a rollover IRA.
     
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