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  1. JC.

    Voya

    Great site. I will head there now. Thank you. JC
  2. JC.

    Voya

    Hi Everyone, A while back a friend of mine chose Voya for their 403B. We now have access to Vanguard and I want to be able to provide her with "proof" that she is paying more for her Voya plan than it would cost for her to move to Vanguard. Where do you suggest I start my research to find out the costs of Voya vs. Vanguard? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. JC
  3. IPX was recently added to my districts plan. The promoted access to dozens of low priced Fidelity funds for fee of $50 a year. I was supper excited and after reviewing the entire list, which I shared attached to this post, I decided to open an account. There was a catch with IPX though. They put me through a bait and switch. After I signed up for the account I noticed that not all of the investments that were disclosed to me before I started the account were available. When I questioned this they said "We are QA'ing the Fidelity fund list and should be pushing out to the system the list i first shared with you. Would think it will be there by early next week." After the week the fund list was refreshed, but with out many of the low cost investments that were originally advertised. When I question this again, the representative apologized and said "Good morning. There were several funds from the original list that I sent to you which are cannot be included in the lineup. Most of those were the institutional index funds which had to be deleted. I apologize that they were included in that original list provided. Please let me know of any additional questions I can answer for you." Needless to say I will not be doing business with IPX. I will be going with Vanguard instead. Please make sure you watch these companies. We need to keep them honest. Thanks agin to all that post here for your support and guidance. Enjoy. JC fidelity p3 funds (1).xlsx
  4. Hi Ed, There was a catch with IPX. When I signed up for the account not all of the investments that were disclosed to me before I started the account were available. When I questioned this they said "We are QA'ing the Fidelity fund list and should be pushing out to the system the list i first shared with you. Would think it will be there by early next week." After the week the fund list was refreshed, but with out many of the low cost investments that were originally advertised. When I question this again, the representative apologized and said "Good morning. There were several funds from the original list that I sent to you which are cannot be included in the lineup. Most of those were the institutional index funds which had to be deleted. I apologize that they were included in that original list provided. Please let me know of any additional questions I can answer for you." Needless to say I will not be doing business with IPX. I will be going with Vanguard instead. Please make sure you watch these companies. We need to keep them honest. Thanks agin to all that post here for your support and guidance. Enjoy. JC
  5. Thank you Ed. I will check it out and let you know how IPX goes. JC
  6. Thank you so much for your response. That website 403bcompare.com is a wonderful resource. I would say the IPX plans that do not charge BP seem to be a wonderful option. You have to remember though Fidelity charges $24, but I have to content with the $36 fee Omni charges. So if Omni brought Fidelity into the P3 I would have to pay $60. with IPX I pay $50 and that includes Omni's $36 fee. It's actually cheaper. Since I will just be using this account for the Fidelity SP 500 index fund FXAIX at .02% it's an incredibly inexpensive plan. Thanks again for the reply. JC
  7. I have yet to see them as an option, but I would be surprised if they didn't have some way of addressing that market. JC
  8. I'm with you Ed. I really appreciate the thoughts. I agree, the website is weird. I have been emailing with a representative and everything seems like its on the up and up. I had never even heard of this company. The link I sent from 403b compare seems to confirm what I am being told. The $121 they reference seems to be the $50 fee, plus the cost of owning funds. The site estimates this 71 fee by taking the average expense ratio of all investment options. and multipling it by a 10k investment. I would just use the Fidelity SP 500 index fund FXAIX .02%. It sounds almost too good to be true, which is why I'm questioning it. I also have a Vanguard proper option, but that is $60 a year and I would rather Fidelity funds. Thanks again Ed. JC
  9. Hi Ed, Thank you for the response. From my understanding IPX has three different types of accounts that you can open all with a different fee structures and investing opportunities. What the representative shared with me seems to be confirmed by 403bcompare. Here is there product list https://www.403bcompare.com/vendors/1966#/productlist And here is the plan that gives access to Fidelity Funds for a $50 flat fee. https://www.403bcompare.com/products/272#/investmentoptions Ed thinks IPX is unethical. Does anyone else have an opinion? ' Thanks again Ed. JC
  10. Hi Everyone, My district just added two new vendors to our list. IPX and Vanguard. Which would you choose: Vanguard $60 a year or IPX with Fidelity Funds for $50 a year? I'm a Fidelity investor, the fund I am interested in are on average less expensive than Vanguard, but my money would be house with IPX not Fidelity directly. Thoughts? JC
  11. Does anyone have experience with IPX? It seems like Aspire, but less expensive. $50 a year for Fidelity funds. Thanks in advance. JC
  12. JC.

    New TPA

    Aspire charges $40 and .15%. Not horrible. JC
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