MFS vs ING vs TIAA/CREF vs ADP-401k - what would you do?

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  1. mrbelvedr

    mrbelvedr Guest

    MFS vs ING vs TIAA/CREF vs ADP-401k - what would you do?

    Since I have changed jobs quite a few times I have 401k accounts with ING, ADP 401k, and MFS. I also have an IRA with TIAA/CREF. I am currently contributing to MFS. I have about $5,000 in each of the four accounts.

    If it were you would you roll all the accounts into one? Or should I keep them separate? I have no idea what the best strategy is. Maybe I should roll all the inactive 401k accounts into the TIAA/CREF IRA? Are there tax consequences to that? I am also looking for a site where I can compare fees that these particular investment companies charge to their clients. I have not found a good site to compare investment companies. Of the companies I mentioned, which do you think is best? I know it is a somewhat loaded question but this is not my area of expertise at all. Please help.

    Tom
     
    mrbelvedr, Feb 20, 2004
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    Jimmy Clay Guest

    Try this link to do some research on the subject:

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    "mrbelvedr" <_rocketmail.com> wrote in message
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    > MFS vs ING vs TIAA/CREF vs ADP-401k - what would you do?
    >
    > Since I have changed jobs quite a few times I have 401k accounts with ING,

    ADP 401k, and MFS. I also have an IRA with TIAA/CREF. I am currently
    contributing to MFS. I have about $5,000 in each of the four accounts.
    >
    > If it were you would you roll all the accounts into one? Or should I keep

    them separate? I have no idea what the best strategy is. Maybe I should roll
    all the inactive 401k accounts into the TIAA/CREF IRA? Are there tax
    consequences to that? I am also looking for a site where I can compare fees
    that these particular investment companies charge to their clients. I have
    not found a good site to compare investment companies. Of the companies I
    mentioned, which do you think is best? I know it is a somewhat loaded
    question but this is not my area of expertise at all. Please help.
    >
    > Tom
    >
    >
    >
    >
     
    Jimmy Clay, Feb 22, 2004
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