I suggest reading up on how moving to a brite tank is unnecessary for the vast majority of brew styles. IF this was a BIG beer, such as 8% ABV or better, then you would AGE it. Sometimes you age in another vessel, other time syou can just age in primary.
A great many of us wouldn't rack a brew with an OG of 1.045 to another vessel, unless that was a serving keg. Unless you fermented it really warm (above the recommended range for the yeast used), and followed other best methods, chances are it would be ready for bottles/kegs within 2-3 weeks of going active.
BTW, the kits/recipes that say to rack to secondard after X days can be ignored 99.5% of the time. This has been gone over to death already. There's thousands of posts about this (probably from this year alone).