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The plan is actually called a SAR SEP. I really don't know what that means but the net of it is that the money is tax-deferred and unmatched by the employer. The plan has not provided any prospectus documentation as to what my wife's options are. The Merrill Lynch financial consultant that deals with my wife's employer simply gave a list of funds to invest in, "Here, invest in these. Okay?" I wasn't keen on that. I'd rather do some homework and tell him what to invest in. Besides, the funds he provided were underperformers and very fee-ridden.
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