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I opened a Roth IRA last year with a brokerage a/c which charges me an annual fee. I would like to manage Roth IRA myself with my own porfolio with a brokerage that does not charge a fee. Can I sell the last year's Roth IRA and move it into a new account without tax implications?

You should be able to transfer it without having to sell anything. Decide where you're going to move it to, call that company, and ask them. As long as you're moving from a Roth to a Roth, there shouldn't be any trouble.


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