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Should You Shelter Your Bonds or Your Stocks?

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Thu, 13 Apr 2000

Katherine Powers is no dummy.  The 48-year-old English professor at a major East Coast university fully contributes to her university's 403(b) retirement plan, has an Early Retirement plan (where the university contributes an additional 2.5%) ,  and

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