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The company stock that I've been given for all these years has just been released - I took early retirement. The problem is that it's gone down so much - I've already lost several thousand $$$ - that I don't know whether to keep it or sell and take the loss on my income tax. At the moment it's still part of my IRA along with my 401K mutual funds. The funds are fine. It's the stock I'm afriad of. I need to have something to make money to help pay off the rest of my debt.
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