Congratuations on your retirement. To preserve your $60,000, and if this is the only money you have to work with, consider an immediate annuity where your beneficiaries receive whatever you have not received from
All good answers above. Remember, every dollar you place somewhere has a cost associated with it, nothing is free. You used the word "sell," everything is for sale, the real question is what is it you want to buy
The first step is to understand your personal planning. What are your goals, your cash flow. If the company offers a match, when will their contributions on your behalf be vested (meaning if you work for them
Weatherly's contact with the founders of BrightScope over the last 5 years has been nothing but ethical and dynamic. Their logical and linear way of bringing solutions to the marketplace is a breath of fresh air.
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