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Subject: I no longer work can I manage my own 401K's? Date: 7/2/2001 4:07 PM
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This might sound simple but I am new. I have two 401K's from my working days. I am a 38 year old stay at home mom and want to save $ by managing my own account. CUrrently they are with a money manager who charges 1% to manage them. I am hunting for the rules here. Thanks,
Kathy
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