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Subject: transfer a Rollover IRA to which kind? Date: 1/22/2000 9:31 AM
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Hello all!

just a little little question for ya today.

two years ago i rolled over my 401k to a Rollover IRA Account with a mutual fund.

i now want to transfer this to Waterhouse and self-manage it. (i have already determined that a Roth IRA will not be the best for me.)



question: do i transfer

A) to another Rollover IRA or

B) to a plain-vanilla Traditional IRA?

thank you ever so much for your help on this one little niggling question!



-megeranski
who can't wait to start self-manage that IRA!!!!!!!! hee hee hee! grin grin grin!!!!
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