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|Subject: Re: Retirement Funding||Date: 2/29/2012 7:05 PM|
|Author: intercst||Number: 70250 of 76865|
A second point is that you should try to invest your funds to provide at least enough income to pay the annual MRD.
I think most successful retirees look at total return (i.e., interest, dividends and capital gains) instead of limiting themselves to income producing securities.
I'm more than happy to sell a few shares and take a capital gain to fund my annual living expenses.
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