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Subject: What do you think Date: 1/9/2000 2:46 PM
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I have been with a financial co for 25yrs
I am ready to retire if possible.

I want your advice and to know if this makes since to you.

I want to take my retirement and my incenative savings and retire. I want to put 50percent in stock,
25percent in money market and 25 percent for fix up
an financial purposes. I will be 55 this year so
after about 3 months I plan to work part time.
Or should I just contunue to work and let my
retirement and incentive savings stay where it is.

So many things is happening in this day and age that
I am undecided what to do. So many people is dying
before they reach retirement age which is 65 I think.
I would like to enjoy the rest of my life. What
do you think I should do.

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