intercst -You said: "I'm not sure where you see the taxable event on changing fund families. Burns is writing about a 403(b) plan. You can change investments within the 403(b) without paying taxes on the transaction."I'd agree with you on that point. However, a good variable annuity, used in a 403b/TSA plan would offer a wider variety of investment choices, managed by a variety of good investment managers (like Janus, Putnam, T.Rowe Price, Fidelity, etc. etc.).My experience with TSA accounts finds (a) no front end load, and (b) expense ratios as low as 1.25%. With unlimited transfers between investment subaccounts & NO MINIMUMS, I believe some TSA plans can work very well!Regards, PP
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