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some revenue will come from a profit sharing plan which i will have to roll over to an ira when i leave. some could be from dividends depending on how i structure my cash. i also have a roth but have no plans to touch that for some time. i also rent out my upstairs apartment.i think between 2000-2500 per month should do it. i'll be 58 in december. none will come from wages unless i get bored or need some short term cash. i live in a small town and less than $1000.00 pays everything but food, spending money, and insurance. the great state of indiana is still wrestling with what to do with obamacare. i just want to know what it will cost me so i can determine my exit point from 34 years working on the factory floor and working the graveyard shift.
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