Nice to hear from you again. Tell me if I've got this right:Mrs. NBlue: Don't you think you're spending too much time on the computer?FoolNBlue: Yes, dear.Same sad old story. -flegHa, nope. Arrete has it right, I'm brewing my own beer now when not working too much. Also made one batch of hard cider (still in process) and after trying a friends mead this weekend I'll probably try a batch. His tasted like a sweet Riesling or maybe even an ice wine. -Not that all mead is sweet but I'd be making it to try and keep the wife happy since she does not like beer and I've got some 20+ gallons on hand.Thanks for the replies, her 401K is with Fidelity and the expense isn't excessive so the immediate impetus is simplicity since I manage the finances. Working as a budget weenie for the gov't, it appears things are changing and if they're changing on the spending they might change on the revenue side too and I didn't know which one was more politically correct if tax policy diverged from the two. I'll probably move it but thought I'd post to see if anyone thought of a reason to keep it with Fidelity.Her new plan stinks, no match in recent years and the investment choices are pretty weak. There is a S&P500 with an ok expense ratio but no other viable options... she'll participate so we can hide another $16.5K from Phil's old colleagues.Now that I just skipped 17,000 messages maybe I'll see if I can keep up again.FoolNBlue
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