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Subject: Re: Need Info on self-dir IRA Date: 8/11/2000 1:31 AM
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Hello Pixy,
Thanks for your help. I do have a small amt of company stock(under $4,000) with my employer. Is that a problem? I can transfer it to another fund anytime. I also have started a joint acct with my son with BUY AND HOLD. I haven't send in the contract with them yet because I'm waiting on a cash option I elected with the merger between Media One and AT&T. Can you have more than one broker? The reason I ask is one of the questions on their contract was asking if I had another broker. I also have 400 shares of Intel with a full service broker that my husband and I share jointly.
Would it be wise to transfer that to a discout broker,
and would there be a charge for that? Cheeze, I'm
awfully green aren't I????
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