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<<I like those dividend paying stocks now that I am retired. 15% tax rate and cap gains/dividends are 70% of my income other than SS.


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That works well for me as well. Although the dividends are always reinvested in my DRIP accounts, which is a lot of my stock assets.

I perpetually have a lot more cash coming in than I care to spend.

The only time I liquidate stocks is when some CEO with a bee in his bonnet sells the company for cash. THANKS A LOT!

Of course, that strategy didn't work too well with my Washington Mutual stock a few years ago...



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