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|Subject: Re: 403b variable annuities||Date: 8/6/1999 4:23 PM|
|Author: bailey7094||Number: 12912 of 74759|
My new employer only offers Lincoln National variable
annuities for our retirement plan. I would like to max
out my contribution but I am unfamiliar with this
plan and have not read anything positive regarding
variable annuities. How do I research this plan? Who
rates variable annuities and their offerings?
My only ray of hope is that they might offer an Equity
500 Index fund in Sept.pending state?
I have a 403b account with Lincoln National. In this they do not offer a S&P 500 Index fund, but they do have a very good Growth & Income fund that seems to track the S&P 500 Index quite well.
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