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I'm about to make my annual SEP contribution of over $10,000. I usually put it into stock or a stock-based mutual fund----but this year I'm not at all sure that I can believe the things I read in the financial statements. I'm sure I'm not the only one who believes that lots of companies are cooking their books to look good to us investors. I've recently had some advice to put everything into a government bond fund for at least the next three to six months until some of this mess gets staightened out. Any thoughts on this? Thanks in advance for any feedback.
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