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Hi,

My husband's new employer offers retirement savings through TIAA-CREF, Fidelity, and/or AIG. They require 10.5% salary contribution towards retirement and they also contribute 10.5%, which is a great deal for us. My question is, which of these companies would anyone recommend? Any advice? I have about $10,000 in TIAA-CREF that I am thinking of just keeping there but I'd like to check out these other two options as well if they might be more flexible or perform better.

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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