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Subject: Re: REIT mutal funds with lower min intial buy? Date: 3/19/2005 5:58 PM
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"Is this true if you're rolling over a 401k from a previous employer, as well? DH just changed jobs and we're thinking of moving his 401k into an IRA at Vanguard. Haven't decided yet, though, as his new employer also uses Fidelity, so will wait to see what the fund selection is like. May just roll them together at Fidelity."

Hi 3MM,

Would you benefit by having a higher total asset amount with Fidelity thus giving you lower commissions? That is if you trade stocks...

Just a thought that requires no answer :-)

Regards, Ken(Matt1344)
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