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freedomlvr

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Unable to locate IRA financial institution
My IRA retirement fund is located with Lincoln Financial Group. It is not in your lists of banks or financial institutes. How do I add it?
I also have an account with Alliancebernstein that is not on your list.
I would like to add these 2 accounts to my portfolio. I have a total of______________ in retirement funds that is not showing up on Credit Karma. ( I will not publish amt. to community)
I own my home outright. Isn't that considered an asset? Where do I add it?
Thank you.

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I'm thinking you can't find much of anything aside from banks.  I tried to find Vanguard, the largest mutual fund company on the planet, and it was not to be found.  I also tried to find a large life insurance company.  Again, no joy.

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  I contacted CreditKarma again.  You are right; only banks & what they have listed seem to be included when listing assets. They do not include investment firms in their calculations. 

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