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I am about to take a large IRA that I inherited from my Dad, which is in a laddered portfolio of Corporate Bonds, and put the money into a Fidelity Self Directed Inherited IRA Account where I can self direct the allocation of this money without having to pay management fees. I plan to sell many of the bonds and invest the proceeds into dividend paying stocks. My question is, does anyone here have such an account with Fidelity. I will need Fidelity's support from time to time in selling bonds, buying stock, taking out my minimum required distribution. Is Fidelity good with their "free" support? Also would people here reccomend that I go into blue chip dividend paying mutual funds or individual dividend paying stocks. Thanks
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