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Subject: SRA's and the 403-B Date: 4/27/2004 11:33 AM
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OK - (deep breath)

-SO! I had just read something, somewhere (forgive my lack of citation) that suggested an SRA was not a good investment idea if one is contributing to a 403b. I have no idea who made this suggestion or why.

I'm looking at my CNJ (Cool New Job), and thinking about the retirement plan offered. I have sent an e-mail to my HR contact to ask her what the company offers in the way of plans, and how it all works. I am allowed to start my own contributions to a 403b right away, but the company doesn't contribute anything until 2 years of employment; after that, the company contributes 10% of your annual salary to your retirement plan. Pretty cool, I think.

Any thoughts about this subject of SRA - good versus evil?? Am I concerned over nothing?
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