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|Subject: Re: who's choice is a 403b(7)?||Date: 8/2/1999 3:59 PM|
|Author: TMFPixy||Number: 12720 of 76610|
Greetings, Seal 99, and welcome. You asked:
<<i'm currently have a 403b account at the non-profit organization i work for. the problem is that i don't like the limited mututal fund options they give us. i talked to my representative about opening a 403b(7) account with a mutual fund, but she said that their company would not allow it (great west is the company).
can they do that or is the choice mine?>>
It's a question that's come up in the past to which I've been unable to obtain an answer. I don't know if the plan agreement can restrict that option, and so far no one who does know has posted on this board. I suspicion, though, that the plan agreement can make such a restriction. Still, I can't say with any degree of authority.
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