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As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage your participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions.

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With low yields on bonds at the outset of 2012 and expectations for gradually rising interest rates in two or three years, some investors are thinking about dividend-paying stocks to generate more income for their retirement, Bob Landaas says.

That’s one of the considerations he suggests to a listener named Bob who requested advice on what to do with a windfall of $75,000 he’s expecting.

The short answer is to determine what you want the money for, the president of Landaas & Company explains. More detailed advice would follow from that. (Please click the audio player above to hear the response from Bob Landaas.)

initially posted Jan. 26, 2012

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