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OppenheimerFunds jumps out as one of the few pure mutual fund companies on the list, all others appear to be Insurance, and thus, annuity related. Check and see if Oppenheimer is being offered without the upfront or back end loads. If not, then Class A Shares would be the best bet for the long term even with the upfront charge. Over time this will be less expensive than the other share classes and less expensive than the annuities. Unless they add some names, and if you dont go with the funding the IRA option first, that may be the best option.
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