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Old 02-15-2015, 02:56 PM   #21
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When you say get a target fund, Your saying put all the assets in a certain fund and just leave them alone. Any target fund that you would suggest?

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Old 02-16-2015, 04:24 AM   #22
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When you say get a target fund, Your saying put all the assets in a certain fund and just leave them alone. Any target fund that you would suggest?
I didn't bring up the target date fund but I'll comment anyway. I would only recommend a target date fund for someone that is absolutely against taking any role in being their own FA. I personally think it's as good as using a percent of assets FA for most people and saves a lot of money.

I suggest you read Andrew Hallam's Millionaire Teacher as a really good introduction to index investing. It's pretty simple and easy to read. It's what you'll get encouraged to do by the vast majority of people here. If you have a complicated financial life (but it doesn't sound like you do), even I would recommend a fee only planner. Even then, I'd suggest you consolidate your money at Vanguard and get a decent review of your financial situation by a CFP for free or very low cost.

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