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So, if there is a fee for the 401k and it applies the same as for the IRAs, would the $50 fee be applied to each of the 4 funds or should I consolidate them first into one fund then move them?

Please don't give Fidelity any ideas! ;-)

It's a single fee charged for closing your account, regardless of how many positions you have in that account. I'm pretty certain I could have bypassed the fee by selling a small amount of one of my positions and transferring everything except the proceeds from that sale. (Since I ended up opening a Fidelity IRA account again, I'm really sorry I wasn't that smart 2 years ago. :-)

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