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Subject:  Re: "In Retirement" allocation Date:  10/18/2011  2:01 PM
Author:  intercst Number:  69678 of 75335

What does it mean to allocate your funds to "in Retirement"?

Personally, I wouldn't put any money I plan to spend in the next 10 years in stocks, so I'd go with a 50/50 split between stocks and fixed income for someone planning on living 20 years.

What's your plan if you live longer than 20 years?

intercst
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