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How to Wring More From Your Short-Term Assets

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Fri, 28 Jan 2011

The conventional wisdom around cash planning for retirement is that retirees should hold anywhere from two to five years' worth of living expenses in cash. But with cash yields as low as they can go, that's an awful lot of money to sock away in assets that aren't even outpacing inflation.   That's

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