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I am about to receive a $15,000 bonus for accepting an offer of employment. The catch is that it must be surrendered within 30 days of termination, voluntary or for cause, until two years have elapsed. No matter how unlikely a termination might be, I feel like trying to protect the principle against market fluctuations or other negative events. Can anyone recommend a good way to safely make use of this bonus during the two year period?
Gene
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