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I posted this question last Friday in the "Ask a Foolish Question" board and was referred here.

Here goes.

My wife and I own a small environmental engineering consulting firm (5 employees). About three or four years ago we started a SAR/SEP retirement plan (combined employee/employer contributions to tax deferred plan). The mutual fund company's doing about par for mutual fund companys (i.e. mediocre), but after some initial perusal of the Fools Guide, I'm convinced other investment choices are better.

Is there a method of rolling out of and into another portfolio without IRS penaly or other onerous consequences? Can we as employers "manage" a "qualified" retirement plan consisting of our selected stock picks?

Thanks - I'm a newbie and still reading the Fools Investment Guide.
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