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Old 01-01-2014, 09:18 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by aja8888 View Post
2014 will be the first year I have to take an RMD. I am not having taxes withheld as I plan to consult part time and continue to fund my solo 401k. I'll continue to pay estimated taxes quarterly as I have over the last 15 years. My RMD will be my annual WR for the foreseeable future (we have a nice SS base also).

With no debt, two paid for houses and a nice chunk in our taxable accounts, we will also have the potential to leave a large legacy amount, unless some unforeseen medical issue(s) rears its ugly head.
Where can I find one of those bumper stickers that says......We're spending our kids inheritance!

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Old 01-01-2014, 09:22 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by ripper1 View Post
Where can I find one of those bumper stickers that says......We're spending our kids inheritance!
Here: TopBumperStickers - Home

Note that you can spend another $3 of their inheritance when you buy it.

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Although rare, it is possible to read something on this forum you don't agree with and simply move on with your life

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Old 01-01-2014, 09:32 AM   #23
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No. I'm still just a baby and need for my money to last. Plus I didn't have the kind of year most had here. Not bad, but a couple of my stocks were basically flat for the year.

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