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Ok, so I thought I was done with my questions, but it appears as though I am not. :-(

I now have my assest allocation determined, I now know how to do a spread sheet to make things clearer for my whole portfolio, I have determined where my old 403(b) and IRA will end up (Vanguard), so I am ready to roll on all of that (all thanks to you fine people!).

Now, here is my problem...I am clear on all of the above, but I need to figure out where my current 403(b)(through Fidelity,)fits into all of this, as this is where I will my future investments will need to go.

Based on the choices in the company plan, the only real option I see is to invest in large caps (Spartan 500 Index). However, even if I put all current monies in there, it will not result in coming even close to what I need for the appropriate large cap percentage for my portfolio, as the majority of my money is in Vanguard. So what do I do?

Additionally, in this situation how does one keep their allocation "in check", if they can only add to one assest class in their 403(b) ( I have no extra money to put anywhere outside of my 403(b)after the company match)?

Thanks in advance for your wise words.

-MTBer
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