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Subject:  Re: No S&P 500 option in my 401(k) plan Date:  12/20/2007  2:12 AM
Author:  NevadaGolfer Number:  60453 of 76418

It's not uncommon to have no low cost stock index options in 401k plans. They don't make as much money as the 1-2% expensed managed funds and if the servicing company can get away with it they will. It's up to your company to fight for your best interest and demand a good selection of options or switch to a different 401k servicing company.
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