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Author: baanista One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 734710  
Subject: Re: How much needed to bail out? Date: 2/6/2000 3:12 AM
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As someone who has lived abroad and is willing to do so again, you have some extra flexibility in your planning. Moving to a low cost location is one of the classic ways to stretch your income.

It looks to me that you have already built a sound base for financial security. The miracle of compounding on its own will probably be enough to put you where you want to be. This means that you can evaluate your future positions in terms of "Which will be the most fun/interesting" rather than "Which will pay more/look better on the resume". There have been some good posts lately from people on the advantages of working part-time, especially when you have a family.

Regards,
Baanista
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