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I would be frankly shocked if all of those companies are there next year.

There is quite a shake-up going on with 403bs.

You could always ask the administration to have Vanguard, American Funds, or some other company come in as a provider.

None of those really jump out at me. You might try Thrivent Financial. The key is to ask for a 403b7 (mutual fund program) and avoid the 403b1 (annuity program).

The vast majority on that list will be annuities. Even AXA (which used to provide both) sold away their mutual fund accounts last year.
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