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Sounds like you are investing 401(k) through an insurance company.

I would recommend going to the insurance board and asking your questions there.

There are very knowledgeable people there and they will probably know the particular company you are investing through and will be able to help you more.

As far as 401(k) and IRAs go, as a rule of thumb you should maximize 401(k) plan first, then decide between traditional and Roth IRA.

Hope it helps,

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