Diane,<<Wanted to make sure I understand . . . Foolish Prof writes, "have your salary reduction payments go directly to Vanguard". Can I do that? >>Yes, you can do that. Any fund that accepts 403b(7) accounts is eligible to receive the money you deposit into your plan and you may move your funds to such an account if you desire. Vanguard can help you though the process. You may not be able to direct future plan deposits to that account (some employers won't do that), but you can still periodically transfer those deposits to it. <<It was my understanding that I had to jump through the VALIC hoops first! Also, the literature for the Fidelity plan has 403b(7) on the form. Does that mean that it is already a 403b(7) and therefore could not be converted to one in which I had more fund choices? >>You might, but you can still transfer the money to another 403b(7) account as outlined above. Any time 403b money is deposited into a mutual fund its technically called a 403b(7). You can transfer money between them, though.Regards….Pixy
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