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"And the real short answer for me is that my experience is that I don't spend much money in retirement, and don't care to do so. After retiring in 2007 at age 57 and living ten years without earned income, I calculated that my net worth had INCREASED by 50%." - Seattle Pioneer
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Your heirs are going to have a lot of fun spending all your money in retirement and believe me they're going to. <grin>

First thing they'll probably do is buy themselves a fancy new car and then take a kick-ass vacation.

Art
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