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  1. I'll call them today and see if they are willing. But, I'm county and they are state so I don't know if it will work. Thank you for your responses and assistance.
  2. SO . . . By the lack of replies should I assume there are no options?
  3. I work for a small county in MICHIGAN. We have a 457 plan with 2 providers that are both expensive. The expensive providers shall remain nameless here but can be found all over this 457 forum. So, I called FIDELITY today. Fidelity now requires my county to have at least 10 participants and $500,000.00 before they will be a provider. I don't know if I can muster up this much support. (Though the benefits are obvious of switching to FIDELITY, try convincing other people of that) Are there any other options for me/my county? Convince my employer it is their fiduciary duty to the employees to get a better plan and switch everyone? Are there other investment methods that could be used by my county? E.g., 401k, 403, etc. For the last few years, I've been funding my ROTH to the max every year and any extra money goes to various mutual funds with VANGUARD and FIDELITY. I refuse to put any more money into the 457. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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