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  1. They have a new one which is a fixed annutity, 5year surrendr period at 5.35 but a minmum of 3% interest??? Is that good
  2. one last question when i put my money in will i lose what i have already put in if the market is bad?
  3. Anyone have any expericence with this company?
  4. Thank you thanks...well I have the papers from Vanguard. I will fill them out!
  5. I got the information from Vangurad yesterday from the literature there appears to be a 20.00 service fee for each account along with someother administrative fee. How are they better with these additional fees?
  6. I got the information from Vangurad yesterday from the literature there appears to be a 20.00 service fee for each account along with someother administrative fee. How are they better with these additional fees?
  7. An AIG Retirement rep came by today and said that i can purchase vanguard funds through them and that they do not charge an annual fee or admin fee. She said the only fees involved is if a i get a mutal fnd..or somehting along those lines...should i go for it
  8. My local credit union participates in our 457 paln but they do it as a Tier rated account. Where when you have so much money in the bank you earn a certain apr. like 500-2000 is 2% etc. This is a safe way and no fees. What you think
  9. The following are the providers my job lets us select from for a 403b. Do anyone have any experience with any of these? I live in Florida? Are the fees low? I don’t know which one to choose? AIG Retirement Ameriprise Financial AXA Equitable First Investors Corp Great American Financial Resources Horace Mann ING Financial Advisors Life Insurance Co of the Southwest Metlife ReliaStar Life(ING) Vanguard Funds Lincoln Financial Advisors
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