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Subject:  ROTH IRA -Investment company of america Date:  11/17/1998  3:01 PM
Author:  tel1111 Number:  6644 of 75379

I recently went to a financial planner and rolled over my 401k into a regular IRA(IDEX mutual funds). At the same time I started a ROTH ira with Investment company of america. Now, I want to roll over my regular IRA into a roth. However, since I have been researching more on the internet, I find that the load on the Investment company of America is 5.75%.. I dont know if I should put the money from the regular IRA into ICA.
The thing they have going for them is being in business for over 60 years and guaranteed returns.. I dont know what I should do..
Does it sound like Im getting ripped here?? There was a load on IDEX mutual funds as well..


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