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  1. Thank you all for your help. I will call Fidelity tomorrow and ask some more questions. Jennifer
  2. Hi Everyone, I have a quick question. One of the only non-insurance companies on my vendor list is Fidelity. I spoke to 2 men, both from Fidelity, the other day. One is going to mail me information on their funds and I can either pick my own or choose Fidelity Freedom. There is a $6 quarterly fee. The other man is a Fidelity advisor who wants to meet with me. There is a 1.5% annual fee ( I believe is what he said) for his advice. If anyone has any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it. Jennifer Johnson
  3. Dan, Thank you again for the advice. Talking to an advisor will be my goal for the summer. Jennifer
  4. Thank you for your advice.. Another question. When you stated the 3 options above is that going through the vendor list my school district gave me or is that something else? I thought I could only go through the companies on the list. Jennifer
  5. Hi everyone...I have been reading your posts for quite a while. Unfortunately, I had already been contributing to a 403b through VALIC. I have recently stopped my contributions and want to pick one to start the new school year with. I am 33 years old. I have heard you all say good things about Fidelity. On the sheet I received from HR it is listed as TSA 320-Fidelity..Is this something different? Also, some of the others are: Franklin Templeton, Galic Disbursing Co, Horace Mann, IDS American Express, Met Life Investors, TSA Aetna. If anyone has any suggestions on which one I should choose, I would REALLY appreciate it. Thanks, Jen
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