PART 1: John and Mary - Investing When RetiredKarl Pearson (firstname.lastname@example.org)Investment decisions in retirement may be more complicated than istypical of the neat schemes presented in so many financial articles.Here, in four parts, is a "real life" example. Feel free to skip overthese rather lengthy messages. But, if you want to stop and ponder abit, your comments will be welcome!Background - Their Financial HistoryConsider the case of John (65, retired) and Mary (62, at home) living inCalifornia, a community property state. They have one son and onegrandchild, and are not concerned with leaving much of an inheritancehaving made financial gifts along the way. They are in the 28% federal
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