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Your source should be your own conscience. I retired
at age 60, I'm now 77, and I haven't regretted taking an early retirement one day of my life. Another thing, I seem to have more play time, and a little more cash to do it. If your health is real good, like mine, a long life of retirement is in store for you with nothing to hold you back from things you couldn't do while actively working. On the other hand, if you foresee health problems in the not too distant future, again take your retirement and live it to the hilt.

Free advice, Jimbo

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