Should I leave my retirement with AIG or rollover to another financial company?
The company I work for uses AIG for their investment advisers. They match up to 3%. My question is should I rollover to another financial advisor or keep with AIG. I am have already lost 35% of my retirement and unhappy with what I have been reading in the papers about AIG. I know I should still contribute to AIG to receive my company match since its free money, but am not sold on leaving everything with them and watching the government continue to bail AIG out.
Asked By: bobbalooee - 3/20/2009
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Stock traders and investors should only trust themselves and do the hard core research into WHO MIGHT manage their money or handle... More
Answered By: Mr. Wizard - 3/22/2009
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I'm not really the one to give you financial advice on this type of stuff, but me personally.... if I had already lost 35% of my retirement and am reading about these fat pig execs getting millions of dollars in bonuses for screwing up... I would, at least for now, move my money elsewhere. Hell, your company is... More
Answered By: whatchagonnado - 3/21/2009
ask them , and see what they say... More
Answered By: hntraut - 3/22/2009
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