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Here are some brainstorming ideas;

Probably better to go with a traditional IRA, if you can, rather than a Roth because you will likely be in a much lower tax bracket when you retire.

You might also look at incorporating yourself as a one person corporation to what retirement plans available to business owners. As I recall some of these have much higher annual limits then a 401k. I know of several computer contractors that do this for tax reasons.

You might also research retiring outside the U.S. where the cost of medical care is much less and hiring assistants can be inexpensive. I recall an artical about some people going to India for medical procedures that they could not afford otherwise. Some of the Indian facilities are apparently top notch and have doctors that were trained all over the world and cost a fraction of what U.S. doctors do.

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