plau wrote:I am almost 30 years old and am employed at a public university. I am just beginning to educate myself on investing. I currently contribute to my 403b plan which is through Fidelity. I was just wondering what opinions there are about Fidelity and if it would be wise to look into other companies.
livesoft wrote:With a 403(b), one has to use the funds that your employer makes available. One cannot just go out and invest in anything. So if Fidelity is what your employer offers in its 403(b), then it really doesn't matter what opinions folks have about Fidelity because that's what you have to use.
retiredjg wrote:The way to pick your funds (and the custodian) is by the costs. You need to look for low expense ratios combined with low or no other management costs.
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