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Author: bellgarde Two stars, 250 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 74759  
Subject: Roth IRA etc. Date: 10/24/1997 10:54 PM
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I am a new Fool,probably stupid too.Nevertheless I've enjoyed this site and am now participating for the first time.My daughterwho relies on my advice ,although I've keyed her to the Fool site,age 36, has the following investments. An IRA(Oakmark) 2,500, a rollover IRA( T>R.Price.$!0,500 <4,500 cash>) and a 401K plan $3,000 -no employer contribution, continuing presently at the annual rate of $3,000.
Have arrivedlate on the scene re Roth (have requested a rundown from TRP). A cotribution of $2,000 into a Roth ,which equates to about a $3,000 investment into a 401K,could be made into a UV2, but would result in odd lot purchases - say 2 x 25 x $40.

Questions 1. Who adminsters a Roth IRA plan and at what cost?
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