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I'm going to echo W401K here and say that the Liberty
Mutual deal sounds rotten. One thing you should check
is if they report their funds' NAV (net asset value) or
something called a NUV (net unit value). The two are
NOT the same and the conversion from NAV to NUV can
contain hidden fees.

This is because the underlying fund's performance is
measured in NAV, but what you may hold through the
insurance company is a NUV (not a share of the fund,
but a unit which is something else and I'm not even
sure what, but there's no reason you should own
anything other than an actual share). The NAV
performance (which may be what they show you) will
probably be different from the NUV performace (which
will be what you actually get).

My company uses AIM. Our 401k plan is new and our
company is small (around 600 employees). I don't know
enough to actually recommend AIM, but I have no
complaints.

-chris
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