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Jay P

Good topic Bill

This is particularly important if you are married and have two 401ks, multiple old 401ks, other IRAs, etc. I try to keep an updated spreadsheet of everything. Both my wife and I have the same fund company but different slates of investments. I settled down decided on the asset allocation then looked to see which fund groups fit best or has the aspects I like.

One of the guys at work says that Vanguard has a service that you can dump all your investments into (it will update the information as it can) and show you what is exactly your total asset allocation (or I think it does). I'll try to find out more and let you all know.

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