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Hey Dennis JR,

I work for a County in California and I believe I have the same plan as you do.

I track my investment (S&P 500 Index Fund) occasionally by going to their website and viewing my account. Its not the best site I have ever seen but it works.

You will have to register for access to your account first.

As far as tracking the investments it is different than most investments in that you are buying units not shares. These units are assigned a unit value each day depending on its underlying investments. The only way to see the current values is to go to the website or call their 1-800 #.

Hope this helps...

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