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I want to find funds that are eligible to invest TSA (403b)dollars in.

I work in California for a school district. This allows me to take pretax dollars and invest them much like a 401k. The difference is (as I understand it) there are some funds that can't take my money. I cannot invest in Vanguard mutual funds, SAFECO funds I can invest in.

My HR office provides me with a list of agents that can put me into a TSA. There is no listing of the various FUND COMPANIES that I can invest in.

I am currently investing in Mainstay funds through New York Life. They have a hefty management fee and I don't think they are doing that well.

How do I find TSA eligible funds to invest in? I'll do the homework if I can find the funds to research.
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