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Those fund choices are obnoxious, but, after maxing out the Roth, I'd probably still go for the 401k over a taxable account.

Things change. Either your husband and his employer will part ways eventually, or HR will wise up and find a better 401k provider (bug them until they do)

A little Excel analysis will show that the tax deferred contribution and growth of the 401k will still usually (not always) beat a taxable account, even if you have to pay an extra 1% in fees for a few years.

Nick
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