When you have your retirement money invested in index funds and you are a long term buy and hold kind of guy there is only so many times you talk about 72(t)SEPP withdrawals. If you've figured out your health insurance and you haven't ever worked for a private company and hence have no stock options it's hard to relate to that also. So, I'm sorry I post off topic but I am retired early and early on in this message board we talked a lot about SEPP withdrawals. My eyes still open up when Intercst or the Badger post something about investments or withdrawals but my life is not all that complicated. I put everything in index funds and now I'm just holding tight hoping all the Fed's lowering of interest rates and all this terrorism stuff eventually ends happily. So, if I post off topic it's only cause I want to continue to be a part of this board but I've told my story and I'm sure that a lot of people get tired of redundancy. - Art
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