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Author: Tess29 Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 77208  
Subject: There must be something better? Date: 3/14/2006 11:16 PM
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Hello. I have a variable annuity with Met Life that I would like to roll over to another TSA offered by my school system. Is this possible? This is a 403b plan. My school system does not offer a 401K with matching funds. I have contributed $25,500.00 since 1993 and it is currently worth $30,000. In 1993, teachers were offered only Met Life and Great American Life. My system currently also offers participation in Horace Mann, Ameriprise, VRSI, Ing Life Insurance, ICMA Retirement Trust, and AIG VALIC. Anyone have any suggestions? There must be something better... Many thanks! Tess
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