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The Company I work for Recently sold 60% to a bigger corperation. I recived a 75% bouns of my annual salary
split into two checks one in april one will be in december..(a Substancial amount of taxes were taken out beacause i am single and claim 0) Our benifits will be changed.. I am 100% vested, and will have to rollover my IRA.. I will be getting a Fidelity Account (Witch one I have no Idea)
Aparrently I Will be Issued a Check from My Guardian Stock/Bond Fund. But I am Not Sure What To Do With it.

also witch Fidelity Account I should pick...from my companys new 401k
(most likely one with Medium risk)
any help will do..
thanks
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Greetings, singlenlucky, and welcome.

<<The Company I work for Recently sold 60% to a bigger corperation. I recived a 75% bouns of my annual salary
split into two checks one in april one will be in december..(a Substancial amount of taxes were taken out beacause i am single and claim 0) Our benifits will be changed.. I am 100% vested, and will have to rollover my IRA.. I will be getting a Fidelity Account (Witch one I have no Idea)
Aparrently I Will be Issued a Check from My Guardian Stock/Bond Fund. But I am Not Sure What To Do With it.

also witch Fidelity Account I should pick...from my companys new 401k
(most likely one with Medium risk)
any help will do.. >>

I'm not sure what you are asking. If it's what Fidelity fund to put your money into, that's by and large a function of what the plan will be making available to you and your ability to tolerate market fluctuations. You can check out the funds' records and compare one to another at morningstar.com. For a 401k where you won't see the money for many years, a stock fund will almost certainly be your best bet for the long haul. Over 20-year periods or longer, the stock market just doesn't lose money and beats everything else going. In fact, if you're looking for "medium risk" (and that's a matter of personal definition), you will probably be better off in an index fund that emulates the S&P 500 Index. Well over 70% of stock fund managers cannot equal or beat that benchmark over the long haul, so for fund investors it's a no=brainer choice.

Regards….Pixy
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