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Ok, so my wife will soon be employed as a teacher. The school offers a 403 and 457. She has a ROTH and a lingering TSP account from a short stint working for the USG. The plan is she will work for no more than three years, then head overseas to work at an overseas school - likely moving every few years. Thinking ahead, what retirement investment vehicle would be the best to prepare for retirement - 20 plus years away? Would it be smart to invest in a 403B and roll it over down the road? What if the international school doesn't offer a similar retirement vehicle, is it wiser to simply invest in a private account after maxing out a ROTH? Could she open a solo 401K? Any thoughts or insights would be greatly appreciated.
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