University of Michigan investment funds update
Editor’s Note: To help faculty and staff make choices among the
many retirement investment options, the Record publishes this table several
times a year.
Tables are for information only. Faculty and staff should contact the
companies directly for fund information and prospectuses. For TIAA-CREF
information, call (800) 842-2776 or visit http://www.tiaa-cref.org.
For Fidelity information, call (800) 343-0860 or visit http://
www.fidelity.com:80/. Information also is on the Web at http://www.morningstar.com.
Information on fund transfers also is available from the Benefits Office,
(734) 763-1214 (Central Campus) or (734) 764-6584 (Medical Campus).
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