Jeremy E. Portnoff, Financial Advisor
Most likely yes, but there are important factors to consider. For example, are you 59 1/2? If not then you probably can't rollover to an IRA unless you have terminated employment. Some plans allow for "in-service" distributions while still employed and over 59 1/2 so you'll have to get a copy of the plan document (which contains the rules of the plan) to find out if they allow this.
The other major question is should you rollover to an IRA. By doing the rollover you are no longer imited to the investment options of the plan, easier access to the money, professional help/management, etc. however the fees of the IRA could be higher than your plan so it is important to review this before making the decision.
Did we answer your question?