Rita, The answer to your question depends on your financial situation (i.e. sources of income and assets other than the $60K you mentioned), lifestyle and expenses, health and family health history, investment knowledge and
As you know, at your age you have to be very careful what you do regarding investing your money for your retirement. Unlike a younger person, you can not afford to make a mistake primarily because you will not have
How much are looking to withdrawal monthly? What is the longevity in your family and how is your health? Do you have consumer debt or a mortgage? May want to consider putting half in an annuity to guarantee payments for
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