exoilman wrote:Ged wrote:Depends on the life stage of the Boglehead. Prior to achieving his number it's a frugal good bang for the money car like the Honda Fit.
After achieving his number it's a more of a consumption choice. Mine was an Acura TL.
JW Nearly Retired wrote:OP,
Learn something from it. When your doctor tells you [medical advice removed by admin LadyGeek]
huntertheory wrote:At the risk of beating a dead horse:
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:I will send you my "wire instructions". When can I expect the money?
sscritic wrote:frugaltype wrote:technovelist wrote:Take all of your money and buy a single premium immediate life annuity.
Unless the insurance company goes bankrupt.
No, that still solves the problem. They wanted to die broke. They will.
Retread wrote:Even a SPIA annuity might not do the trick. If you're receiving $200,000 in annuity payments and spending $60,000 your estate will build up again.
Browser wrote:I love how on days like this when stocks get hit, gold is up pretty big. Easier to stick with the stocks when the yellow dog kicks in.
mhc wrote:I have goals. For example, I want to be able to retire at age XX. I balance that goal with living a reasonable life now. How much I save falls out from that. Basically, I save whatever I don't spend.