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Retire? That means you have means. Then the Obamazombies will take from you what they can in order to sit on the couch and veg. Then, you can get a few part time jobs to stay alive.
Worst, most destructive president ever.
If only we could all become illegal immigrants, our retirement worries would be over
...no pesky taxes, free healthcare and all the benefits you could ask for
It's not all that complicated.
Just ask yourself this:
If more people are riding the wagon than pulling it, do you want to ride or pull?
As Rome went, so are we.
I'm going down golfing.
Everyone is right - planning is the most important part of retirement and future needs. Trusts, Powers of Attorney, living wills, etc. are also necessities in your planning. Don't forget to let your kids know what you want or prefer but do not make them make promises they can't keep. Our health can change rapidly and plans need to accommodate those changes.
You people who are retiring are in for a big shock. check what your medication is going to cost you and you'll be looking for a job. with OBAMA CARE my wives insulin as gone up 96.00 in just this months alone. the druggist said it's due to increases of the OBAMA CARE ACT. BE CAREFUL. CHECK BE FOR YOU RETIRE. I'M 78 AND STILL WORKING. I'M NOT LAZY.
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