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|Subject: Re: Just when things were going ok, the rules ch||Date: 1/4/2009 1:49 PM|
|Author: Mudster1||Number: 65037 of 78166|
How about some tax-free mutual bond funds? And adding to the dividend portfolio? Hey - just an opinion from a fledging investor but a teacher also!
What are your dividend payers? Mine are :Whole Foods, TEG,
FTR and NU and berkshire class b for growth
am considering DUK
I hold PFE, JNJ, KO, DUK, and I hold some BAC (which isn't paying dividends now, but did). I was very happy holding WWY and BUD, but both companies were sold last year.
I think you probably had notice that the school district was going to have to choose one and only one 403(b) provider beginning with 2009. It was not their choice - they were required to do it. There were articles about it in a number of places (google "403B changes") - here's a link to one - http://chronicle.com/news/article/2765/new-rules-from-irs-me......