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  • Date: 7/27/16 7:38 PM
  • Number: 85701
  • Recommendations: 2
AngelMay writes,

I, on the other hand, have decided that "senior living" places are just not for me.

I'm hoping for a Home Care Robot when the time comes. If not, I'd take euthanasia over a 'senior
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  • Date: 7/27/16 4:35 PM
  • Number: 80252
  • Recommendations: 0
jjaym writes,

Point taken. But 9 years seems (to me) like a sufficiently long time to assess performance. But, performance is only one of the considerations. Mostly, it's a matter of a preference for indexing and lower
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  • Date: 7/27/16 4:21 PM
  • Number: 80250
  • Recommendations: 1
For discussion, What substitutes do you use in place of bonds or bond funds? e.g. REITs, Preferreds, Savings, CDs.

I'm currently about 96% stock 4% fixed income. Age 60, been retired for 22 years.

My current strategy is
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  • Date: 7/27/16 2:13 AM
  • Number: 501140
  • Recommendations: 2
The Economist's "Big Mac Index".

http://www.economist.com/content/big-mac-index

intercst
  • Date: 7/27/16 2:06 AM
  • Number: 501139
  • Recommendations: 1
Apparently McDonalds all-day Breakfast Menu is causing a drop in sales as customers eschew the more expensive lunch and dinner menu and load up on cheap breakfast grub at all hours.


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  • Date: 7/27/16 12:13 AM
  • Number: 85682
  • Recommendations: 2
telegraph writes,

MediGap policies cover most of it.

Yes, you might pay for part of it.

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Yeah, but apparently you need to be very careful.

Of the 10 standard Medigap plans, only two (K
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  • Date: 7/26/16 10:05 PM
  • Number: 85676
  • Recommendations: 2
This is like having the Sun in your living room. (You could probably also rotisserie a chicken while it's on.)

Watch This Guy Turn on a 20,000 Watt Light Bulb

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  • Date: 7/26/16 8:49 PM
  • Number: 85669
  • Recommendations: 1
Here's some info on Medigap out-of-pocket costs. Two Medigap plans (K and L) have the maximum annual out-of-pocket cost feature.

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  • Date: 7/26/16 8:30 PM
  • Number: 85667
  • Recommendations: 0
1 poorguy writes,

But I still come back to copays. Even if you are in-network, most plans have copays (my present employer plan has a 20% copay AFTER my deductible is met...obviously it's 100% until then). I would think getting a gap
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  • Date: 7/26/16 8:15 PM
  • Number: 124495
  • Recommendations: 1
Tconi asks,

The money is used to buy food category shortages (coffee & condiments) and other stuff (paper towels/detergent) that is distributed with donated food.
Our overhead is nearly zero.
Our Space is donated.
We have

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