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Okay, here's the scoop...

 1. I figure I need $100K/year taxable income, in todays
    dollers, to live comfortably for the rest of my life.

 2. I'll probably live to around 90... maybe 95.

 3. I'm now 46, single, no kids, and
    I have the following assets:

      a) $1 million in after-tax savings
         (invested in individual stocks)

      b) $500K in tax-deferred savings
         (invested in stock mutual funds)

      c) $500K in stock options & bonuses that
         I expect to collect in about 2 years.

      d) $200K inheritance that will come my way
         some day (estimated value of my portion
         of a trust my father established for his
         wife... I collect when she dies... that
         will be in about 15-20 years).

      e) A home worth $250K, no mortgage.

      f) Another home worth $150K, no mortgage, that
         I bought for my dependent mother to live in.
         [I'm filing as "head-of-household" for the
         first time this year.] She has very few assets
         and perhaps another 15 years of living in her.

 4. I figure to continue working full-time for the
    next 2 years, and then work half-time for about
    another two years... current income tops $110K/yr
    and will continue growing these next few years.

 5. My general plan is to only tap my after-tax assets
    until around age 60 or 65 whereupon social security
    and my tax-deferred assets would start to help out.

Does this sound feasible? Have I grossly miscalculated?
I'd love to hear any thoughtful comments...

Rob
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