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I was planning to transfer my 401(k) investments to an S&P 500 index fund. However, I don't see that option in my company's plan, which is managed by Fidelity. Is it "normal" for 401(k) plans to not offer S&P 500 and other index funds?

Hmmm, what to do?

- Phil

Just curious, what are your fund options with Fidelity?

It could be you have a Lifecycle/Target-Year fund(s) available in the 401k. Those funds typically have a % of S&P 500 Index Funds in them.
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