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Well, the $500K is just the non-tax deferred part of my portfolia. A bit more than 1/3 of the total. I realized tonight that if I cash this in, my domestic partner and owner of 1/2 the mortgage will be stuck with 100% of the payments (but for 1/2 the time). I wonder if I should not just put the $200K someplace to earn 5% (no small feat these days) and then draw it down.
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