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I agree with Joel, it's nice to discuss the first few times but what really happens is the person has to "go with the flow" year to year, with adjusting spending to income. No absolutes with these things and no magic numbers that fits every persons needs.

It does help to start off with a good sized pile of money and know how to manage it or have it managed by someone(gasp).

Lucky Dog
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