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I also use Fidelity and cannot speak highly enough. It is very easy to roll your 401K into your own IRA with Fidelity. Transaction fees through Fidelity can be as low as $8. I do not pay any IRA fee. Customer service is great.

OTOH, I do have the services of a fee for service financial advisor who has access to my account to make trades for me. I negotiated the fee to what I believe is fair. Fidelity also will invest for you, but you would have to look very carefully into that. Also, they seem to like to push annuities which I stay away from. Otherwise, I find them most helpful in providing retirement information for no charge, etc.

I would go to the brokerages websites first and take a look at services. Also, some you can visit in person if they have offices near you.

Good Luck,

Birgit
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