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Thanks for the quick reply. I assume the $2K annual contribution limit is in place, regardless of the number of IRA's? My 401K already utilizes an index fund, which I participate in, but I am ready to get into individual stocks, and some vehicles outside of a mutual fund company. Will using a broker permit unlimited avenues, or would I need to setup individual IRA's? Can I transfer (rollover?) funds from one IRA to another?
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