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Subject: Re: retirement plan change Date: 2/15/2002 11:22 AM
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The actuary in me says, "just stick with the DB plan" but I bet the retirement counselors of the state would be able to have the actuary prepare comprehensive illustrations for you detailing the impact of your choices and assuming certain investment return assumptions.

My advice, therefore, is ask HR if you can have the actuary prepare an illustration for you.
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