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Subject:  401(k) Options Date:  12/14/2001  6:15 AM
Author:  Dartel Number:  13880 of 26351

Here are my new 401k Options:
Large Cap Value (John A. Levin & Co. Fund)
Large Cap Growth (Dresdner RCM Fund)
Waddell & Reed Advisors Accumulative Fund
Mid Cap Value (Wellington Mgmt. Fund)
Mid Cap Growth (Artisian Partners)
Small Cap Value (Berger Fund)
Small Cap Growth (Times Square)
International Blend (Bank of Ireland)
Global Value (Morgan Stanley Find)
Core Bond Fund
S&P 500 Index Fund
Guaranteed Income Fund

If I'm reading the Guides here on the Fool correctly the ONLY thing I should put my money in is th S&P 500 Index Fund right?
This Money will not be touched Till I decide to retire.
I put in (15%)$5,360.47 per year and the max in a IRA with IVE, IJJ, and IJS index funds (ISHARE) through Buy and Hold. Almost 34% of my income goes to investments. I want to not worry when I retire about living expenses, So much so I am trying to find ways to put in 25%+ to put as close to the allowed $11,000 into my 401(k)This $11,000 is it MY contributions or include my Employers as well?

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