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If you can give a rough idea of the monthly benefit from the pension and current age (51, right?), I can give you a rough idea of the current lump sum present value.

As for the rest, I echo others' comments that diversifying from the company stock is the correct thing to do. Don't be too conservative with the reallocated funds, but don't get too crazy and go 100% intl stocks, either. There's a good chance that inertia will set back in after the diversification and reinvestment, so be sure to pick something sensible the first time around.

Foolish best,

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