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Subject: Same fund in IRA as 401k? Date: 9/15/2000 12:32 PM
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Does it make sense to have the same fund in ones 401K as in a Roth IRA. My 401k is currently divided amongst a large growth, a large blend, and a world stock mutual fund, but the plan does offer the same S&P 500 index fund that my IRA has. Any opinions?
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