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Taylor - You pretty much nailed it! TSA's do allow for loans, while 403b(7) accounts in mutual funds do not. One other feature TSA's offer is a variety of different investment companies (i.e. the one I use has accounts managed by Janus, T Rowe Price, Fidelity, Scudder, Calvert, Harris Oakmark, State Street Research, etc.), so one is not limited to one family of funds...

Regarding Roth/IRA's & 403b plans - they are quite complementary, IMHO...

Regards, PP
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