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Old 11-02-2017, 06:49 PM   #31
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A perfect example on his radio show today. Lady calls in - she and her husband are in the late 40s and ask....

Late 40 is like 48 or 49!


I did read it. I also listened to it. She is 59. Not late 40s


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I did read it. I also listened to it. She is 59. Not late 40s


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I heard late 40s. Doesn't matter - he gave bad advice for any age. Assume 8-10% returns and no mention of inflation? How does someone defend that? Finance 101. If that couple takes his advice they will be broke in 10-15 years. Pure and simple
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Old 11-03-2017, 02:58 PM   #33
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I heard late 40s. Doesn't matter - he gave bad advice for any age. Assume 8-10% returns and no mention of inflation? How does someone defend that? Finance 101. If that couple takes his advice they will be broke in 10-15 years. Pure and simple
I disagree with your statement. I am 81 and been retired for 16 years, live in a nice 2400 sq ft home, drive a 3 year old car, wife is 71, drives a two year old car and we are living better than we did before retiring. With the MSD from our IRAS and SS we literally have more than we need and the simple answer was RETIRE WTH NO DEBT and only pay cash for big ticket items. One of the simple but sad truths of life is the average person is too dependent on debt and couldn't exist without it. And as an after thought , our Iras are larger now than when we retired, well into seven figures just don't let your "I need it now" ruin you.
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