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Subject: What should we do with our 403(b's)? Date: 7/10/2000 2:53 PM
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My wife and I recently retired from careers in public education. We have $104,000 in an AIM mutual funds portfolio and $300,000 in a MFS mutual funds portfolio.
Both portfolios are moderate to aggressive in terms of asset allocation.
In August we will move to Egypt to fulfill a two-year teaching contract. What should we do with the two portfolios?Leave them alone, rolllover to Roth IRA,s?
I will be sixty when we return and my wife will be fifty-nine and one-half years old. Thank you for your
assistance.
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