Just wondering, anyone else out here with an employer with no matching fund for retirement whatever?Oh we do have "teacher retirement" at the university, butno actual matching retirement.Hi Joyce!I'm with you on this one. As a public school teacher who contributes to a 403(b)(7), I don't get any matching funds, but that's pretty standard. I do contribute the max into that, but it's all my money that goes into it.Tony...but I still am...Off2ArubaHave questions about saving, spending and investing? Get the answers in The Motley Fool Money Guide!!http://www.foolmart.com/Shopping/Product_View.asp?PRODUCT_ID=MF031_02&REF=CSBO03123
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