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Hey Uhdean!

Excellent points, and I thank you for pointing those out. You're absolutely right about the 403(b)(7) being accounts where you have control of the funds in which your money is invested. As you said, these differ from the standard 403(b) which are usually referring to annuities affiliated with insurance companies.

It should also be pointed out that anyone currently holding a 403(b) can easily roll it into a 403(b)(7) providing that it's with a company that their school district deals with.

Tony
...but I still am...

Off2Aruba

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