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Actually there is a packet that was provided and a website that you can do some modeling with different scenarios; it's not that I havent run the numbers, it's just the assumptions I'm not real comfortable with. My boss's son is an actuary and she stated that if you are closer to retirement, the plan "b" was obviously not a better deal for you, and instinctively, if I was younger I may be tempted to go with plan "b".

We do have a representative from the retirement board coming to our office here in a few weeks, and the state is also providing seminars in several locations throughout the state, and I'm sure I'll be able to get more meaningful answers-you have given me more food for thought and to ask meaningful questions. thank you.

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