Hello Juststartinout,I am rolling over about that much too from my 401k. The index funds are doing better than many of the other mutual funds and are supposed to be a good option. Vanguard funds are a cheap and good option. I know from experience that many 'highly rated' mutual funds can do worse than the market.What IRA company did you decide to go with? Can you tell me why? I am having trouble deciding what to do as far as that.A financial advisor told me to put my whole 401k into this simple and moderate combination (for a 40year old) recently: LSBRX 33% (bond)WWNPX 33% (stock fund)FMIEX 33% (stock fund)I am still trying to decide what company I want to roll over my 401k to. I like Charles Schwab because it has many options, a great user interface, lots of information. But they do charge .5% per year in their managed mutual fund plans.I really wanted to have the Mutual Fund Store manage my money because they get paid based on how much you get paid. But I don't have the minimum $50,000 that is needed for that. I wish I could find someone to manage my money who doesn't get a flat fee. If my money had been managed well in the past, I know I would have 50,000 saved by now. Since I don't have a lot, I haven't found good options it seems. Anyone who knows more, please let me know what you think. Thanks!
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