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Hey there, Fools...

I'm a fairly young guy, but when my employer offered an IRA with a 1% salary match, I jumped at the opportunity. I've been contributing $50 a month for about a year now.

(I'll get to the point, I swear). ;-)

So, I'm no longer with said employer. The money is still sitting there in (unfortunately) two Fidelity Funds (the choices weren't great).

My question is -- can I take that money and put it elsewhere, manage it myself? As I have other stock invesments, I'd really just like to split it between, say, an S&P index and a NASDAQ index, continue to make monthly contributions, and not really have to worry about it.

What's the best way to go about doing that?

Thanks in advance!

jason
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