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"I did something like this. Then I got a notice from Vanguard that I was close to dropping below the $50k required minimum for the (Admiral mutual) fund where I'd been keeping all my Traditional IRA money. So, being the "keep it simple" sort, I just converted the remaining balance."

YewGuise- That's an interesting tip. Vanguard has other Mutual Funds with even lower thresholds before you lose the Admiral shares status. Definintely something to think about if you have assorted MFs with Vanguard in an IRA that you want to convert.
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