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I have been Foolish for some years and am (I believe) properly prepared with equity investments for my approaching retirement. However, my partner was NOT an investor and has 15 $10,000 series E bonds which right now have a total value of $270,000. He has perhaps 10 years until retirement. Cashing even one of these bonds would be a big tax hit since each is currently worth $18,000. What would be a Foolish course of action for us?

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