Ohashi,jpkiljan wrote . . .. . . These are not questions for you to answer to me, of course--just some things to think about when you decide. If I didn't want to do a lot of analysis, I'd probably go for the plan that gives me the best return over the next five to ten years and forget any insurance benefit. That will probably be the defined-benefit plan, but do try to crunch at least some numbers first--just for the peace of mind if nothing else. . . I've got to do a better job of proof-reading before I hit the send button. What I meant to write was the defined-contribution plan will probably come out the best for this short a period. Sorry 'bout the goof up. -- JPK
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