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Subject:  Re: Splitting assets between IRA / Roth Date:  2/18/2014  3:14 PM
Author:  buzman Number:  74293 of 75772

If you are no longer contributing to the 403B plans, why keep them?

Some 403B plans have decent guaranteed rates for fixed accounts, but for the most part 403 B plans have high annual costs compared to an IRA.

I like having assets with higher expected rates of return in Roth.
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