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<<The final big key concerns just how much work I would get from my employer once I make this transition. Obviously, that’s something you guys can’t help me with. But I expect that five years from now I could make maybe $40-50 per hour (after taxes), and I so I’d only need to work about 500 hours a year. Actually, I’d need much less than this to cover expenses (lacking a mortgage), but I would want to be able keep socking some money away for long-term retirement (not to mention those trips to Europe).
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Heh, heh! So what are the possibilities for retiring in place, collecting a full time pay check and showing up in the office on the day you collect it ---- prefereably avoiding that with paycheck direct deposit?


Ideally it would be about five years before someone said, "Hey, whatever happened to 'ol KDC, anyway?"



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