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Subject: 403b investments Date: 1/21/2000 12:19 PM
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I am looking at adding another $225.00/month to my 403b portfolio. This will total $1050/month, I am eligible for the catchup funding. (No employer match, that will come in 2001, although we do have a defined benifit plan to which we are required to contribute) I am currently 60%tech mutuals, 25%Winsor II,15% SP500 index fund. I am thinking about putting the new money into a Russell 2000 index fund, specfically the Vanguard fund. Does anyone outthere have any opinions about this mix. I have 17.5 years until I am eligible for withdrawls, so I am in it for the long haul.
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