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Dear jrr7- I am 69 and will pay no penalty on withdrawal. I know I will have to pay fed taxes on the withdrawal. I really have no money worries and bought the annuity when I received a lump sum payment from the Fed Govt when I retired in 1990. When I bought the annuity I was concerned about money in retirement but thankfully this has been no problem. During the up market in the 90's this investment did very poorly. The Vanguard and Thornburg funds are only investments and not part of a retirement plan. Thanks.
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If you have no money worries, why are you asking us? :-)

Are you accumulating money for your heirs or charity?

I really don't think it matters. Thornburg costs more but seems to be worth it; there's no way to know if it will continue to do so in the future. I generally distrust funds that require you to pay a load.
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