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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Kapids Gazelle: Kri.. Jan. 4, 1971 The Investor's Guide request is for some ideas the company? I know what it costs to retire. It would jnothing of it except that it is in be foolhardly to offer any cific budget since many retired; A_wto, sorl ,oolisllness b folks have shown unusual ability in adapting to a wide range of this? You know nothing of the budgets. .company except that it is in- However, for what they arejvolved in some SEC troubles. (I worth, here are some never heard of the com- presented recently by Ihe Na- pany.) tional Consumer Finance Asfo-, you live in a stale where at 'least four companies just tak- Sam Shulsky By Sam Shulsky are. members, of a small club with available for investment now and will have additional every month. One faction in the club wants to put the money into 4- year savings certificates. The other wants to put it into some utility slock yielding 8.i per- cent. a bit puzzled as to.----------------- whether this is an investmentjto pool money in search of capi-! Reporting on a study by popular names which come club or one some special .......________ just happening to have open a savings account, its treasury. If the latter if The utmty stock yOH-re con. the money is intended to be sidering is'a reiatjveiy sober, available for some project jncome-type investment. I would then, obviously, it must be keptithink an 100 percent safe in insured would step more bodiy posits, government bonds, etc. i in searci, of gajn. If it is an investment clubj Ins is an mvestmentito pool monev hi search of capi- on a suiu.v uy iin.-.ius lumra mum mure e formed to carry outjuil gains in' search of growth. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. readily to hand are household ial social project and i Certainly one does't need a club the association points out that words and have tnple-A bonds (which I would assume from the fact you will have addi- tional for investment every month) then I don't understand at all the vote for a savings ac- count. Why assume all the book- keeping and tax red tape which goes with a mutual fund merely to put money into insured sav- ings? Each individual member can bank his own money and An investment club, as I un- derstand it, is organized to give each member the benefit of the others' financial knowledge and] Can I want to donate to a school in the form of H bonds with the interest to be given each year to a deserving stu- dent. Can 1 do this without a the cost of housing (including furnishings and operations) and outstanding: Cincinnati Gas and Electric, Cleveland Electric lllu- food made up 66 percent of ex- initiating, Cincinnati and Subur penditures in an average, inter- mediate-level, annual budget for! an urban retired couple. The in- termediate retirement budget for a couple of 65 was figured at ban liell Telephone, Ohio Bell Telephone. (You must buy something from at least one of them.) All are yielding around the 8 percent level. And yet you The lower level budget go looking for of 1 percent thc'more more a year on i from a company you you buy anything with this money, better consult with the school's treasurer so as to make certain that the was figured as and higher level, In dollars, the intenneriiateiknow nothing about except that level budget broke it is in trouble with the SEC. down to for food; Shame on you. for housing; tation; clothing and per- sonal care; medical care money be invested in and the balance for other items including token income taxes. Mr. Shulskv welcomes written 'Ide but he will be able to provide only through the column. For information on retirement, and pre-retirement plan- nino, please include a self addressed, stamped envelope. Actfress your requests I envelc Shulsk' .V. "care of The Gazette. avoid all this record-keeping. form that creates the least legal problems for the school as well as for yourself. Retire? 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