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Rule of thumb, back of the envelope calculating says that you need 20 times annual living expences to retire Foolishly. In your case 100k X 20 is 2 million. You're there, congradulations.

Only two pieces of advice. #1--don't count on inheritence, if you get it, think of it as a nice bonus. Don't factor that into any retirement planning. #2--why mutual funds? Unless individual stocks are not an option, it's most unFoolish.

JLC
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