Bengineer wrote: What I haven't seen before, but makes perfect sense, is that one might invert the glide slope in later years to increase the allocation in equities and the (expected) amount to leave to one's spouse, heirs, or causes.
Have any of you that are approaching or past retirement come to think this way?
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