Then I see something like this down the road..You want 40K/yr from 65-85...$40,000 times 20 years =$800,000K..Your going to have to figure in taxes, both on withdrawals and properties etc..At 20% rate... you'll need closer to $960,000 saved up..At 8% ROI, you end up a little short (not including that family stock) at $660,000K..At 10%-12%, your probably getting closer..That is do-able, especially since you want to avoid stocks..
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