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Subject: Should I? Date: 9/4/1998 12:29 AM
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I just got this job. I can put in up to 16% in my 403b(?) account, but without the company's match for the next two years. I talked to the broker that handles the company plan and did not care for him so I am not going to use him for my other investments. Should I still go ahead and put in the maximum allowed or should I use other methods to invest until my company matches?
Also, what options do I have in setting up $4,000/yr IRA accounts for me and my husband? For instance, do find a broker, bank, or who to set it up?
Thank you in advance for your help.
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