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I used to manage my money fine till 2008, and now I find that I no longer have the time to spend trying to manage my Vanguard account. The economic situation requires more than I can do myself. I have no plans to leave my current employer and therefore I can’t turn it over to the investment advisor that I'd like to have (they only work w/ Fidelity).

What options do I have to put this Vanguard 401k into the hands of investment advisors?
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