401-K Rollover

Have the rollover rules changed for 401-K's?
Someone told me he's over 59? and has taken a distribution from his 401-K, but he wants to put some or all of it back. As far as I can
tell this would have to be done under the rollover rules, which normally require that it be done within 60 days.
But this guy tells me that he has heard that, if you're over 59? you can put it back any time until April 15 of the follow year.
Is that correct? I couldn't find anything about that.
Thanks for any insight you may have into this.
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On 10/2/19 6:49 PM, Stuart O. Bronstein wrote:

Incorrect. There have been no changes to the 60 day rollover rule.
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Thanks. That's what I found, but just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.
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On Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 9:51:35 PM UTC-4, Stuart O. Bronstein wrote:

Important to realize that distribution can be put into any qualified retirement account. Does employer allow funds to returned via the 60 day rule? Keep good records when 3 parties involved.
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