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Subject: Re: Old 401k, Old Question | Keep, Convert? Date: 2/27/2014 2:00 PM
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The Traditional IRA was an extension of my Rollover TIRA. Originally, I rolled my Turner/Time Warner 401k to a Rollover IRA at Fidelity, then years later transferred a portion to ScottTrade for lower cost trade fees. I opened the Roth IRA and SEP IRA at Scottrade to be able to make original contributions during my contracting years. And the Roth and Traditional 401ks reflect my current employment options.

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Who notes the retail account is my original investment account and holds what's left of my former ESPP position in Time Warner, as well as my Pixar-turned-Disney position...
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