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I am rolling that over into a vanguard roth IRA now instead.

Be sure to compare fees before moving. If you open a brokerage account at Vanguard (as opposed to a mutual fund account), they charge some amount per year (at least $30; it may be more). If you just open a mutual fund account, I don't think there is an annual fee (but check).

The fund itself may also have a low balance fee, but I assume that would be charged wherever you by it. That's usually about $10/yr, I *think*, so it isn't too bad. Just snoop around some before moving.

Oh, and one last thing. The last time I moved an IRA out of Fidelity, they hit me up for an exit fee (something like $40 or $50), so be careful there, too.

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