Greetings, Mchapman and welcome. You asked:<<I've run into a problem trying to open my wife's 403(b)(7) account with Vanguard. They are not willing to sign the "Hold Harmless" agreement required by the L. A. County Office of Education.I wanted to open the account with Vanguard in order to invest in their index accounts. So, I would like to find another mutual fund company who will sign the agreement required by the school district. Maybe this is a long shot, and I will probably have to contact many companies, but does anyone have any advice?Also, on a related note, this 403(b) plan is often put into a T.S.A. How do Fools view this investment vehicle?>>Other than calling around to other funds/brokers who will sign that agreement, there's not much else you can do. As to a TSA, you'll find within Fooldom they are not held in the highest regard. Annuities just aren't the favored investment around here.Regards….Pixy
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