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|Subject: Re: Self-directed in 401(k)?||Date: 10/15/1997 5:01 PM|
|Author: jca||Number: 480 of 82831|
<<About five to seven percent of all 401k plans have a self-directed account option in which participants may select their own investments using the services of a broker.>>
I'm looking for the name of a firm which serves as trustee for a self-directed 401(k) plan (bank, brokerage firm, etc.), in hopes of raising the percentage above. Those five to seven percent of the plans have a trustee that handles the investments.
I know that rayvt and superdave posed this question back in the #360 range but I never found an answer. I've made a number of calls to institutions which provide trustee services but I haven't yet found one that provides a self-directed option.
Know of one?
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