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My DH has a small flexible annuity with a major investing firm. It has been doing lousy (down about 50%) over the last few years. It was started for him when he worked at a non-profit church camp. He was told that because of the non-profit tax status of the funds his options for it are very limited. While I know we can change the funds it is invested in (not really what I want to do), does anyone know what the options are for taking it out of the investment firms hands and possibly investing it in stocks of our own choosing (TMF way, of course!)?

Any help and advise about this would be greatly appreciated.
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