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Subject: Re: Hartford Annuities Date: 1/16/2004 2:17 PM
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Hmm....these are all good suggestions. I am concerned about one thing though....the pricipal at death. It can be set up for benificiary, or I believe put back into the estate. Not sure but I will check.

These are all good questions to ask. I trust the advisor that I have...yes she is making a fee from the Insurance company, and I am paying up front for variable...but I think if I am comfortable that she will continue to watch my portfolio....and I am spending a little more in 'fees' for someone I trust, I guess the upcharge might be ok if the return and customer service is worth it.

Any more questions to ask or more 'red flags' to watch out for before I sign on the dotted line? This is rather scary!
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