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I want to grow my assets large enough so that we can afford a pair of 24/7 nubile candy-stipers for me, and Chippendale aides for her, in the comfort of our own house.
I figure with $2M+, we won't ever need to investigate Medicaid homes.

I'm so with you on this, and can't believe I'm the only rec (so far.) FORTUNATELY, I'm just about there for myself & DW... with plenty of time (knock on wood) to add wood to that fire & put the shortfall risks deep into the rearview mirror entirely.

Unfortunately... that's not the case for my Mom, or the parents of lots of my clients... so 'going there' with the sharp planning is a good thing to know how to navigate.

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