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Melissa

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  1. Our district called ING the "sole provider". I am getting fund information from ING next week, so that is when I will know what funds will be offered. I have an appt. with a rep. the week after. Thank you, Steve. Melissa, Get back with the list from ING. Steve A rep. left a 150 page book/enrollment guide for me when I asked for more info. about funds! They have 33 products for us to choose from in the typical groups of funds that you would expect. I looked hardest at Eaton Vance Large-Cap Value Fund, ING Russell Large Cap Index Portfolio Class S, and River Source Diversified Equity Income Fund. They also have several asset allocation funds. I am really thinking they are going to have high fees. So here's a question- How much is too much in fees? The book gave rates of return on the products w/o fees of course. ING did admit to an average of 1.42% in fees. That seems like alot to me since my previous 403b did not charge extra fees.
  2. Our district called ING the "sole provider". I am getting fund information from ING next week, so that is when I will know what funds will be offered. I have an appt. with a rep. the week after. Thank you, Steve.
  3. My school district just informed us today that we only have ING to choose from as of Jan. 1! I am 55 and would like some opinions about what funds (if any- maybe I should quit our 403b now) to invest in. We put our money in one time a month and I have been contributing $1200 each month. Please help!
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