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Old 04-24-2018, 02:25 PM   #81
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please visit my retirement blog and make comments www.theretirementspt.com you may find it informative will post all types of topics.
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Old 10-26-2018, 05:36 PM   #85
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This is going to make me look more prolific than I am, but here's a collection of short stories that I published for the holiday season:

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Thanks, Al.

You're such a creative guy and I certainly appreciate your keeping the Kindle prices low.
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Old 11-29-2018, 01:44 PM   #88
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I just want to mention my blog about Financial independence. My latest is about what prepping and Financial Independence have in common ;-)

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Learning a few Christmas songs. Hereís one.

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Parallel Taxation

The admins just told me where I could post this on our forum.

Hello to all my friends at Early Retirement. As I retired in the United States I came to realize that the delayed / deferred taxation of our Social Security and Long Term Gains created Marginal Tax Rates as high as 40.7% and 49.95%. When I talked to my friends about these rate very few even knew they existed and many didnít believe they existed even after I told them about them.

So, I made it my goal to make sure that others were aware of these marginal tax rate and knew of a few steps they could take to avoid them.

Here is the website that I have created to try to spread the word to others and to help them avoid these problems during retirement:

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I have a blog that shares ideas and inspiration about board games, RPGs, and life under my pseudonym Bitzy the Bard.

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Yeah, that's me!

It's a nice feeling when you run into someone who's read your books and admires your writing. That's never happened to me, but I imagine it's a nice feeling.
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Really?
I realize I probably misunderstood your question. What were you asking?
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I realize I probably misunderstood your question. What were you asking?
I was asking, "Are you kidding?" But now I know you're not. I get star struck.

I was a bartender in college. Univ. of Illinois at a place called Jumer's. It was high class hotel, restaurant. There was a lounge within the hotel called the "Black Bear" where I was bartending. Maya Angelou came in and sat at the bar. She asked for a Courvoisier. We served those in snifters. She told me about herself in a slightly guarded way. She was giving a talk at the university and was a guest at Jumer's. I acted like "no big deal." Told her I read her work, especially "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings."
I was speechless for days.
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Also had an extended e-mail exchange with Anne Rice. It was her, not her assistant. We got into a discussion about the Catholic Church and how vampires became the subject of her novels. Honestly, I e-mailed her after reading about her experience with the Catholic Church. She shared some things that were troubling about her daughter who passed away. I printed the e-mails and re read them over and over.
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