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I have my 403b with Fidelity. I chose it at the time because I had a regular account with them (that my father opened when I was a minor, so I never actually made a choice). They have very good web access - you can do almost everything online, including changing your plan allocations, and their statements are clear.

Like with any mutual fund company, you should do your research when selecting funds, but I think they have a reasonable range, and some of their funds are in the tops for their categories, according to Lipper and Morningstar.

I should note that my plan gives me access to ALL of their funds - if yours is more limited, you should check out the choices before signing on.

- Olivia
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