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Our 1998 IRAs are overall doing well. The EduIRAs are all in CSCO :-) and *way* up. My wife's Roth is in Dell :-) and *way* up. My Roth is in COMS :-( oops. Great average annual return, and two out of three ain't bad, to quote Meatloaf, but I was wondering if there is a way to sell COMS, withdraw the remaining $1300, and start over with the full $2000 for 1998 as long as I do it before April 15 1999? Dollar-wise, I like the idea of paying $20 in commissions to get an extra $700 invested in a permanently tax-free account. I just want to see how it's done, since my broker isn't overflowing with advice.
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