not sure if is the correct board. please advise if not.I am currently vested in a former employer's pension plan (annuity) that I could start taking monthly distributions of $430.00. In 10 years (at age 65) that amount would increase to about $950.00.Here's the question: should i take the 430 now and re-invest that amount in something with a better,but safe, return for 10 more years? I'm not planning on retiring before then.I guess I'm looking for some numbercrunching guru to evaluate this and see what would be more advantageous.ps. I PLAN on living well past 65- if this would be any consideration.Thanks, willie
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