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I have recently retired and like some fools failed to plan appropriately. I have put some money into a tsa account with fidelity,however I don't feel the investment is providing sufficent returns at 3.5%. I can withdraw 10% per year for rollover without penalities. Currently I can withdraw $1200 and in May I can draw another 10% which will be about $1700. My question is where to put this money for now until I can amass the necessary $3000 to invest in something like the vandguard index.I am a novice and ignorant in terms of investing and any help would be appreciated.I am currently reading up on the motely fool but until I can get a grasp of the concepts.I'm swinging in the dark.
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