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Got it - my situation seems pretty straightforward. I'm going to be moving Vanguard funds administered by my former employer into an IRA administered by Vanguard so it's not like there will be any difference of funds available.

On that note, is it a losing proposition for me to liquidate and then repurchase shares (within the 60 day window)?

I personally feel more comfortable having my retirement funds in one place but I'm debating in this situation if it just makes sense to leave it where it is (again, since the funds are the same). What do you think?
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