I have a realitivly large sum of money invested in annuities. This money is for my sons and I desire it to augment their retirement income. My sons are 38 and 41 years old, I'm 68. Because of the tax consequence it would probably be uuwise to "cash in" these investments and invest elsewhere. I'm thinking of moving these investments to the Vanguard index 500 variable annuity so that the money will be in the stock market. Does this seem reasonable or are there better ways to direct my annuity investments. Really would appreciate any help. Thanks much; skipkit
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