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Despite predating the 401(k) by several decades, the 403(b) plan suffers a myriad of problems that adversely affect participants. All too often investment fees are too high and access to low-cost mutual funds is too limited.
What do a fox, a wolf, and sheep have to do with the 403(b)?
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Inga Chira is a professor and a CFP®. Here is her perspective on the 403(b) vs. 457(b) question.