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Old 07-03-2021, 09:56 PM   #101
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Not per the IRS, but your company may impose such a limit.
Itís also from Fidelity.
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Apparently not. Perhaps you directed new contributions to the 2 funds, but did not adjust the allocation of already-invested funds?
It had me choose percentages.

I chose 85% into FXAIX and 15% into VSCPX. New contributions do go there.
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