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<1.) I have never understood why someone would want to put money in an IRA back into a 401(k). I see so many complaints of the form: My 401(k) allows me a limited>

I totally agree. I'm currently self-employed but may want to become an employee again soon (because in my profession there'd be less of a chance of being audited, and because taxes would be simpler). The possible companies are small companies, that, if it were possible, might be persuaded to let me have a self-directed 401K. It's probably unlikely, though.

<MoneyHeavy, and Emotional. If you are new at this, I would NOT start with the UG5 unless you have a doctor who will prescribe tranquilizers freely. Or wear heavy
over half your money is in something calmer, such as the Foolish Four, Unemotional Value, or MoneyHeavy (a CashKing strategy).>

I will have the other half in UV2. (Some of it already is.)

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