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Subject: Re: Minimum needed for ER? Date: 10/29/2003 12:55 PM
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$4300 per yr?? I'm totally impressed!
DH and I are working on a plan to live quite comfortably in retirement on 50% of our combined pensions. That means, however, that we will either downsize to a "paid for with cash" smaller home or, using savings and part-time job (for him) aggresively paying off the house we are in now. But that 50% does include health insurance since I figure it to be one of our fixed expenses.
As I've stated before we do not plan on touching our other retirement accounts until absolutely necessary.
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