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Subject: Corporate 401K transition Date: 6/23/2000 11:35 AM
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In January my employer froze contributions to our Fidelity 401k accounts
as they were transitioning to new corporate managed funds. But they were
going to let us maintain our current assets with Fidelity.

In July they are forcing us to transfer all of the Fidelity assets into the corporate funds. From there we _may_ be eligable to reinvest those assets, through another broker (with signup, and transaction fees!) into some of the Fidelity funds. Though I don't know if we will be able to access closed funds, even if we currently own them.

My question: Aside from leaving the company prior to the July transition date, is there anything I can do to roll over the Fidelty account assets into a personally managed 401k account?

Thanks for your suggestions.
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