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If you can keep your necessary expenses within social security and any pension income it makes for better sleep. Then your investments can support discretionary spending. Before you retire you might use something like Quicken to track your expenses closely so you have a good handle on what you spend and where you might cut. You really need to know your burn rate before you retire.

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