Posted by **Steven** on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 1:27pm.

8. (TCO A) You can tax shelter only one-half of your retirement savings. You want to invest one-half of your savings in bonds and one-half in stocks. How much of the bonds and how much of the stocks should you allocate to the tax sheltered investment? (Points : 5)

Stock and bond investments should be equally invested in both tax sheltered and non-sheltered accounts.

You should place all the stocks in tax sheltered accounts and all the bonds in non-sheltered accounts.

You should place all the bonds in tax sheltered accounts, and all the stocks in non-sheltered accounts.

It makes no difference how you allocate your stock and bond investments among tax sheltered and non-sheltered accounts.

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