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Bigcaat,

Thank you for the advice. I had planned on transfering her IRA to scottrade. She doesn't need to get advice because she will take whatever is given to her and I don't like the idea of a broker figuring that out.

Her credit card payments are designed by me. She has payed down a little over 26k in CC debt with my help, down to 18 or 19k. I make her pay the most she can, normally 500 on one and 250 on the other. Her little department store cards are about all payed off so once that is done all that money will go to the other CC. I'm concentrating the most on getting this payed down. After I will open her up an ING Direct account. I have two of them both earning at or a little above 3.00 APY.

I know what a few of the companies in her stocks are. NVidia makes graphics chips. But I am unfamiliar with the other 3 for the most part.

Her mutual funds are nuts and I'm having problems decided whether to wait until its transfered to sell and then buy, to save on commission or just order her broker to do it now.

Thank you for the help. Any other thoughts anyone?

Brett
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