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<<i will turn 58 in december and would like to retire but afraid i don't have enough...my dad is 89...i stay very busy besides my 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. job. i see life passing me by and would love to do some things while i am still healthy enough to do it.
thank you for your list of what you do with your time. i really enjoyed it.

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I retired six+ years ago at age 57. The only thing that costs me a lot of money is individual health insurance ---- $1450/month for coverage on just myself at age 63.

That might change if Obamacare works as advertized, something that is not guaranteed.

If Obamacare fails to sign up a LOT of young people to help subsidize cheap rates for the elderly and all the people with preexisting conditions, rates might explode in a year or two.


Hard to say.


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