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Old 05-26-2009, 01:20 PM   #21
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Don't Sweat it

Your not working full time anyway an seems like you must be used to seasonal work and are adjusted so pay is not it!Your skilled an can find side work pretty much anywhere in the world so take the pension an go for a walk an think that your starting a new life an the whole world is now open to you your not leaving friends behind your going to stay in touch an make many more everything you do from here on is gravy wake up every morning an kiss your wife an do um what you do an start fresh , what did worry ever do for anyone whats going to happen you think your going to die or something You be just fine!!!!!
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Old 05-26-2009, 01:27 PM   #22
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Old 05-26-2009, 01:49 PM   #23
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I can't comment on the financial situation, but here's a thought for both of the electricians wondering what they are going to do with their time if they stop w*rking.
Do you guys have any idea how popular you would be as a volunteer for a small local charitable or non-profit organization that needs very simple things done for them? Think about your churches, volunteer fire departments, American Legion or VFW or similar veterans' orgs, senior centers...then maybe consider a trade school that might have part-time teachers' aides positions or Career Days, or philanthropic orgs like Kiwanis or Lions or Masons or <substitute names>.
Check your liability insurance policy for doing volunteer w*rk and go from there. Or bill them a very small amount and deduct the difference between what you should charge and actually did charge them on your taxes.
Food for thought...
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