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Very UnFoolishly, my SO and I started our investing in front loaded IRA's and a Mutual Fund.
(this was many years back when information was hard to come by :-( )
What are your ideas on options at this point to get more Foolish.
Should we leave the investments to date in the accounts as they are earning well and:

1. Stop funding these and open another no -load IRA.
(Is this even possible, to have 2 different IRA accounts as long as we/I only fund one?)

2.Move the $ from the old to new?

3. Grit our teeth maintain the status quo?

I believe #1 would be the most Foolish method if possible.

Can anyone point me to where I can get information on this, I have looked around and not found this specific information yet...
Thanks in advance, Aktravler85
In the hills north of Fairbanks where it's a balmy 19f outside.

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