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I going to have to ask RPI to recall your engineering degree. A 4% withdrawal from a $100 million portfolio is $4 million/year not $400,000. <grin>

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oops......

Yeah.....been out in the texas sun this weekend...or maybe that was after tax? or brain fade after catching up on 150 posts on a empty stomach.....? 4 million a year income and still working...must be 'fun' work.

I quit working when someone asked me if I'd go to 'work' for free.....and it dawned upon me I didn't 'need' the money.....

I'd have a hard enough time spending $400,000/year no less 4 million.....all the 'stuff' you have to keep track of, or all the people you gotta hire to keep track of it..... well, I suppose if you got a high-maintenance spouse, that could solve the problem.





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