Originally Posted by bank5
That's what I did for the majority of our assets. (my Roth IRA, my wife's Roth IRA, and my wife's 401(k)). However, I think it would be fun to select a few indexed mutual funds for my 403(b). I don't think I'll mess it up that bad if I pick a decent asset allocation AND stick to it
The other factor is that my 403(b) is through Fidelity and they have high expense ratios for their Freedom funds (0.78%).
Maybe I already mentioned this in response to one of your other posts, but Fidelity has super low cost Spartan index funds that may fill out your AA plan if they are offered within your 403(b)