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Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 10:58 PM
This week Scott Burns attempts to answer:

   "Q. I am 71 years old with no debts. Basically, I only have my monthly
     living expenses and those, by and large, are covered by Social Security.
     Where can I invest $100,000 to produce a very modest, low-risk return?
     —D.H., by email

    A. At last! A reader seeking a "very modest" return! . . .  One of the
     best low-risk/low-reward deals available in the current market is
     investing in relatively short-term Treasury Inflation-Protected
     Securities (TIPs) . . .

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