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|Subject: Rollover 401k questions||Date: 9/8/2003 3:33 PM|
|Author: mememap||Number: 37114 of 73923|
I have a 401k that I need to rollover soon. I have a good number of years until retirement so I am okay with fairly aggressive investments.
1)What is a good, yet low in fees, investment company to use for this rollover? --I have over 5k in the account. Vangaurd, Fidelity, ShareBuilder, etc..?
2)What are good investments (funds) that I should invest in? Think I should be looking for "no-load and low-load" funds to avoid more fees.
One calculator suggested a mix of:
50% Large Cap stocks;
20% Mid & Small cap;
10% investment grade bonds; 5% high yeild (or 15% Municipal bonds instead).
Know that I need to have the funds moved w/o being put in my name to avoid taxes.
Any suggestions on the above would be helpful.
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