I have a variable annuity with Met Life that I would like to roll over to another TSA offered by my school system.Just to make sure: this is a qualified annuity, funded with pretax contributions?If so, you can certainly do a 403(b) rollover. Met Life will probably charge you a surrender fee though.The best place to have a 403(b), annuity or not, is TIAA-CREF. You may or may not be able to roll it over to there. (Your new contributions wouldn't go there, but any existing account balance probably can)But I think you'd probably do better by skipping the 403(b) and contributing to a Roth and investing in tax-efficient investments in a regular taxable account.
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