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No I am assuming she invests funds in something like 60% stocks and 40% bonds/cash = maybe something like Vanguard's Wellington Fund.

If one wants returns beyond inflation, one must assume some risk. CDs are certain to loose true value. Returns at best will equal inflation. Taxes will put real returns as negative.

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