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I'm a married 44 year old with two small children, my annual "nut" is aproximately 90K, I own a home valued at 1.1 million with 350K remaining on a 7% mortgage. I have aproximately 1 million in stocks/zero coupon bonds and 200k in retirement (IRA/KEOUGH)portfolio. My retirement is 35K per year (before taxes) payable upon the day I retire, wife doesn't work. I'd like to retire next year, live off the interest to pay off my "nut" for the next three-four years without diminishing my capital. What investment vehicle do you recommend? Does the Fool have any calculators to crunch different risk/reward scenarios that would solve this issue.
Thanks kindly
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