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I guess I was not clear -I have 14 months and then I can start withdrawing and I do not want to be in ANY annuity at that time -but right now I want to build it up as best I can for that 14 month period -then I need a strategy for investing that part of the port - it is 40% of port currently but I want to shift it all eventually into other inverstments - currently - I have 20%of port in moneymarket , 30% in Treasury money market, 5% in bond funds, and 1% in g/s stock and 10% in dividend stocks. So I am thinking - when I can withdraw to allocate 20%of the existing annuity to divivdend stocks,and 10% to CD and 10% to ?
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