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Subject:  retirement investment strategy Date:  3/8/2000  3:45 PM
Author:  rebcmb Number:  19918 of 88059

About 20% of my assets are liquid after-tax $, while the other 80% is in tax deferred vehicles. When I retire (~1year out), is a good strategy to invest the after tax money in a fixed account and use it alone for income (principal + interest-- this will last for 4-5 years), while letting the tax deferred money grow (invested in a mix of stocks and bonds/fixed). If so, what would be the highest yielding, yet safe vehicle to invest the 20% in?
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