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I have a number of 403(b)/SRA plans with TIAA-CREF from former jobs, as well as my Roth IRA. My new company has a Fidelity 401(k) to which I contribute the miniumum amount for which I'll get the max company match, but I like TIAA-CREF better b/c of the lower fees.

2008 was probably the last year I'll qualify for roth IRA income-wise, so what do people do when that happens? Leave the roth alone and then open a traditional IRA? Or do something else with the Roth?
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