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I'm new to all this but have read the Fool Workbook and have been learning more. The question I have is in regards to rolling over some money I have in a pension plan. I have approximately $14,000 in an account with an ex-employee. I have no control over how the money is invested and I would like to have control over it. I still have 30 years or so before I retire and would like a say in where that money goes. I have the forms from the old pension board to do it, but where do I find an IRA that will allow me to make the choices regarding which stocks it is invested in?
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