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Darn, I can't get the copy/paste thing to work on the Fool.

Anyway, Intercst, I'm interested in your asset allocation for already retired people. You say 5-10 yrs. worth of living expenses in cash/cd's/liquid investments. What about living off the interest of investments and not touching the principal?
I guess I'm trying to get a handle on how to go about living on say, $48,000 a yr. as was mentioned on another board<I think> without touching the principal. Does that mean having combination interest/dividend yielding investments that total 48,000 a yr. or what.

I'm a early retiree looking nervously at my portfolio.
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