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Subject: 403 Retirement Plan Date: 11/3/1998 7:57 PM
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The company I work for offers a 403 (b) plan. We can contribute so much money a year to a retirement plan. We are offered 3 companies to choose from
The Equitable, Lincoln National, and TIAA-CREF.
The information each co. sent me was not very good.
I am not able to determine which co's is better than
the other or who is more solvent or handles finances the best. Any input will be helpful. Thanks.
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