81.4. Some time I'll go back and flip a couple questions the other way, one at a time. I needed a third choice on a couple.
For assets, I am planning for 95, to be sure to cover my wife. I will be long long gone by then! Longevity in my family is not a strong point. But that said, it never raised any eyebrows. Never saw either grandfathers, though grandmothers lived till late 80's. Parents dead before 75. Not the lingering illness type, more the bang its over type (good!). It's funny, because I am one of the healthiest people I know! I am in much better shape now than my father was at same age, so a longer life may be possible.
I have already "planned" my demise (hee hee
). Here it is, a one act play entitled "Death of Telly" (I put a lot of thought into that title, huh?):
The curtain rises, as we see Telly standing there... he turns and faces the audience... he looks down... and suddenly exclaims loudly:
"Why is the floor getting bigger?!"
We see Telly crumpled, motionless on the floor.
The curtain slowly falls... and the sold-out crowd goes wild!!!
It's a sure fire winner! I just need some up-front financing for it