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    Information provided is as of June 30, 2013
    Fund NameFund
    VT PLUS Fund2 7071 N/A    
    Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Signal1,3 5455 VBTSX Intermediate-Term Bond 9/1/2006
    PIMCO Total Return Instl1,3 5171 PTTRX Intermediate-Term Bond 5/11/1987
    Vanguard Inflation-Protected Secs Adm1,3 5423 VAIPX Inflation-Protected Bond 6/10/2005
    PIMCO High Yield Instl1,3,6 5165 PHIYX High Yield Bond 12/16/1992
    PIMCO Foreign Bond (Unhedged) I1,3,4 5174 PFUIX World Bond 4/30/2004
    Vanguard Target Retirement Income Inv1,5 5500 VTINX Retirement Income 10/27/2003
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2010 Fund Class Investor1,5 5502 VTENX Target Date 2000-2010 6/7/2006
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2015 Fund Class Investor1,5 5503 VTXVX Target Date 2011-2015 10/27/2003
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2020 Fund Class Investor1,5 5504 VTWNX Target Date 2016-2020 6/7/2006
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2025 Fund Class Investor1,5 5505 VTTVX Target Date 2021-2025 10/27/2003
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2030 Fund Class Investor1,5 5506 VTHRX Target Date 2026-2030 6/7/2006
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2035 Fund Class Investor1,5 5507 VTTHX Target Date 2031-2035 10/27/2003
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2040 Fund Class Investor1,5 5508 VFORX Target Date 2036-2040 6/7/2006
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 Fund Class Investor1,5 5509 VTIVX Target Date 2041-2045 10/27/2003
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Fund Class Investor1,5 5510 VFIFX Target Date 2046-2050 6/7/2006
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2055 Fund Class Investor1,5 5511 VFFVX Target Date 2051+ 8/18/2010
    Vanguard Target Retirement 2060 Fund Class Investor1,5 5512 VTTSX Target Date 2051+ 1/19/2012
    Vanguard LifeStrategy Income Inv1 5431 VASIX Conservative Allocation 9/30/1994
    Vanguard LifeStrategy Cnsrv Gr Inv1 5429 VSCGX Conservative Allocation 9/30/1994
    Vanguard LifeStrategy Moderate Gr Inv1 5432 VSMGX Moderate Allocation 9/30/1994
    Vanguard LifeStrategy Growth Inv1, 5430 VASGX Aggressive Allocation 9/30/1994
    PIMCO All Asset Instl1,4 5184 PAAIX World Allocation 7/31/2002
    Vanguard 500 Index Signal1 5409 VIFSX Large Blend 9/22/2006
    Vanguard Extended Market Idx Signal1,7 5415 VEMSX Mid-Cap Blend 9/1/2006
    Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund1,4 5517 VTMGX Foreign Large Blend 8/14/1999
    Vanguard Emerging Mkts Stock Idx Signal1,4 5470 VERSX Diversified Emerging Mkts 1/19/2007
    Vanguard REIT Index Signal1,2 5473 VGRSX Real Estate 6/4/2007
    Invesco Global Real Estate Income R51,2,4 4919 ASRIX Global Real Estate 3/9/2007
    PIMCO Commodity Real Ret Strat Instl1,2,8 5160 PCRIX Commodities Broad Basket 6/28/2002
    VP and VT are abbreviations for Vantagepoint and VantageTrust, respectively.
    1 Please read the fund's prospectus carefully for a complete summary of all fees, expenses, investment objectives and strategies, risks, financial highlights, and performance information. Investing involves risk, including possible loss of the amount invested. Investors should carefully consider the information contained in the prospectus before investing. You may contact us to obtain a prospectus or to answer questions by calling 800-669-7400, emailing investorservices@icmarc.org, or visiting www.icmarc.org.
    2 Sector funds tend to be riskier and more volatile than the broad market because they are generally less diversified and more volatile than other mutual funds.
    3 A fixed income fund is subject to credit risk and interest rate risk. Credit risk is when an issuer of a fixed income security may be unable or unwilling to make payments of principal or interest to the holders of these securities or may declare bankruptcy. Fixed income securities fluctuate in value as interest rates change. When interest rates rise, the market prices of fixed income securities will usually decrease; when interest rates fall, the market prices of fixed income securities usually will increase.
    4 Funds that invest in foreign securities are exposed to the risk of loss due to political, economic, legal, regulatory, and operational uncertainties; differing accounting and financial reporting standards; limited availability of information; currency fluctuations; and higher transaction costs. Investments in foreign currencies or securities denominated in foreign currencies (including derivative instruments that provide exposure to foreign currencies) may experience gains or losses solely based on changes in the exchange rate between foreign currencies and the U.S. dollar. The risk of investing in foreign securities may be greater with respect to securities of companies located in emerging market countries. The value of developing or emerging market currencies may fluctuate more than the currencies of companies with more mature markets.
    5 The fund is not a complete solution for all of your retirement savings needs. An investment in the fund includes the risk of loss, including near, at or after the target date of the fund. There is no guarantee that the fund will provide adequate income at and through an investor's retirement. Selecting the fund does not guarantee that you will have adequate savings for retirement.
    6 Funds that invest primarily in high yield bonds (bonds that are rated below investment grade and also known as "junk bonds") are subject to additional risk as these high yield bonds are considered speculative and involve a greater risk of default than "investment grade" securities. The values of these securities are particularly sensitive to changes in interest rates, issuer creditworthiness, and economic and political conditions. The market prices of these securities may decline significantly in periods of general economic difficulty, may be harder to value, and may be less liquid than higher rated securities.
    7 Funds that invest primarily in mid-capitalization companies involve greater risk than is customarily associated with investments in larger, more established companies. Equity securities of mid-capitalization companies generally trade in lower volume and are generally subject to greater and less predictable price changes than the securities of larger companies.
    8 Funds that short securities and use derivatives have different risk from and possibly greater than the risk associated with investing long or directly in securities and other instruments. Note that a short position loses value as the security's price increases; therefore the loss on a short sale is theoretically unlimited. There can be no guarantee that derivative strategies will work, that the instruments necessary to implement these strategies will be available or that the Fund will not lose money. Derivatives involve costs and can be volatile. In addition, any derivative that the Fund invests in may not perform as expected and this could result in losses to the Fund that would not otherwise have occurred.