If you are referring to Brightscope's 401k ratings, I believe your plan needs to meet certain minimums like asset size, history, etc. But I do not know what the criteria is.
Having said that, it's possible that
Colin, others have made some good suggestions and have congratulated you on your ability to save. Let me give you some unorthodox advice that you may not get from people who focus tax deferred investing.
Your IRAs and
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