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Subject: Re: What to do with an Annuity Date: 4/18/2001 12:28 AM
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>Author: rkmacdonald Date: 4/13/01 5:33 PM Number: 29100
>If it turns out that this is not qualified (can't be rolled into an
>IRA), the next best thing might be a 1035 exchange to the Vanguard
>Annuity. This procedure doesn't cause any tax consequences, and the
>Vanguard Annuity has the lowest expenses for an annuity that I've seen,
>plus access to all the great Vanguard funds for investment.

Well, not *all* the great Vanguard funds. The following portfolios are currently available through the Vanguard Variable Annuity Plan:
Balanced; Diversified Value; Equity Income; Equity Index; Growth; High Yield Bond; High-Grade Bond; International; Mid-Cap Index; Money Market; REIT Index; Short-Term Corporate; Small Company Growth.
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