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|Subject: Re: Asset Allocation||Date: 4/8/2013 9:34 AM|
|Author: RetiredVermonter||Number: 71794 of 77092|
If your pension and SSA come to $50,000 a year and your expenses are $60,000, you need to cover $10,000 per year from savings.
Or, if you're retired, maybe you can try to limit your retirement expenses to the $50,000 you're getting!?
I know... no one should judge how others live, but $50,000/yr sounds pretty darned good to us for retirees!
Just another man's opinion.
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