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My Company's 401(k) plan is managed through Scudder. My contributions go to good funds right now, but I would like to switch to an equity index fund. With that in mind, the only equity index fund that Scudder has in connection with my employer's 401(k) Plan is the Scudder Stock Index Fund, which is a private fund. Although it is a standard S&P 500 matching fund, because it is this weird type of private fund, is there anything I should know or worry about this type of fund?

I own the Scudder Index 500 (ticker symbol SCPIX). It is a no-load fund that just started on 8/29/97, and has tracked the S&P 500 almost exactly since its inception. Is this the fund you are talking about? I don't see much difference between this fund and any other index 500 fund. However, it appears to be too new to have established an expense ratio.

Russ
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