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I'll retire this summer, at 59.5. My employer, a large public University, has its pension fund managed by a local insurance company. I have the option of leaving my pension there or establishing a rollover IRA. I'm leaning toward the latter, using Fidelity Funds. Something keeps me from completing the forms, though. Fear, no doubt. Has anyone out there done this with Fidelity? Are they good? My objectives are to maintain control of my own retirement funds, to keep about .5-.67 of it in fairly conservative investments, and to manage the remainder more aggressively, moving out of funds and into stocks as I become comfortable with this new activity.
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