Toons wrote:We decided it was more about "time" than money.
I swear, some people think they are immortal.
Broken Man 1999 wrote:Personally I wouldn't be inclined to retire at such young ages as your parents given their level of retirement assets, unless health issues compelled.
Broken Man 1999
TheTimeLord wrote:Personally any time 5 digits disappears from my account without a new car appearing in my driveway I am a little grumpy and I do take notice.
truenorth418 wrote:GerryL wrote: (Best case scenario, I joked, meant I might need to become a Republican.)
I don't get the joke, but this is a great thread and I wish we could keep the politics out of it.
Nicolas wrote:I'm going to quit working, i.e. retire, after 46 years of doing what I mostly dislike doing.
Meaty wrote:I'm a long way from claiming, but I plan to take it as early as possible for the reason you mention - it's actuarily equivalent regardless of when I take it
Toons wrote:If I havent used it in a year or so I give it away.
MoneyIsntEverything wrote:Not sure if you mean work shoes for working outdoors, getting dirty, etc., or "office work" shoes that need to look nicer than tennis shoes. If the former, Redwing. If the latter, try Rockports or Clarks. I've heard Ecco shoes are popular, too.