I was butting heads in this thread on the Retired Fools board with a couple of people who think income that isn't available for spending as one wishes may not be construed as income (eg, income that's reinvested to grow one's savings or income that is spent on taxes or income from municipal bonds that isn't taxed). What do you think? (Post here or there, as you prefer.) Maybe I'm the one who's nuts--won't be the first time ;-)http://boards.fool.com/poll-social-security-percentage-of-in...Also, if you didn't vote in the poll, please do so--that is, if you're retired or close enough to retired that you're pretty certain about income sources & amounts.
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