A LESSON IN STEALING PENSIONS
The New York Post joins the Los Angeles Times in ripping the NEA for continuing to sell the ridiculously expensive NEA Valuebuilder product to teachers (we like to refer to it as the ValueKiller).
My wife is an NEA member as are most of my clients - they want their union to stand up for them, not use them.
When will the NEA begin treating the 403(b) and 457(b) like they do healthcare and advocate for a better system instead of profiting from the current one.
Luckily many state affiliates do not follow the NEA lead and working to better the 403(b), cheers to those affiliates.