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There is never 'enough' money; however, one must make do with what one has. I've read several submitted comments along with numerous financial stats pertaining to retirees and from what I gather it seems that the fortunate retirees are those that pla...
uechapa 07-12-2018 12:57 PM
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Ron Mesnard is surely glad to be alive, as we all should be whether we took good care of ourselves or not 'cause we're in the present, and the past can't usually be undone as in Ron's position. If a post has misspelled words, less than perfect gramma...
uechapa 04-05-2018 10:19 AM
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Living under your means & being virtually debt-free allows you to save and invest. I chose to invest in mutual funds and established a well diversified portfolio which survived 5 recessions since 1980, and a costly divorce, rather than fumble around ...
uechapa 11-07-2017 12:01 PM
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From the Single taxpayer perspective:  Nonsense, the 'middle class' will not benefit except for the extra $50 from the $12k standard deduction (vs $11,950 from the current standard deduction + personal exemption); however, those that are 65/blind wil...
uechapa 11-07-2017 07:53 AM
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The rich pay more in taxes than the middle class while the poor don't pay taxes yet get to collect a tax refund; therefore, given the current tax laws, the federal government is already a 'Robin Hood' by stealing from the rich and giving it away to t...
uechapa 11-07-2017 05:51 AM
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There is never 'enough' money; however, one must make do with what one has. I've read several submitted comments along with numerous financial stats pertaining to retirees and from what I gather it seems that the fortunate retirees are those that pla...
uechapa 07-12-2018 12:57 PM
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Ron Mesnard is surely glad to be alive, as we all should be whether we took good care of ourselves or not 'cause we're in the present, and the past can't usually be undone as in Ron's position. If a post has misspelled words, less than perfect gramma...
uechapa 04-05-2018 10:19 AM
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Living under your means & being virtually debt-free allows you to save and invest. I chose to invest in mutual funds and established a well diversified portfolio which survived 5 recessions since 1980, and a costly divorce, rather than fumble around ...
uechapa 11-07-2017 12:01 PM
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From the Single taxpayer perspective:  Nonsense, the 'middle class' will not benefit except for the extra $50 from the $12k standard deduction (vs $11,950 from the current standard deduction + personal exemption); however, those that are 65/blind wil...
uechapa 11-07-2017 07:53 AM
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The rich pay more in taxes than the middle class while the poor don't pay taxes yet get to collect a tax refund; therefore, given the current tax laws, the federal government is already a 'Robin Hood' by stealing from the rich and giving it away to t...
uechapa 11-07-2017 05:51 AM
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There is never 'enough' money; however, one must make do with what one has. I've read several submitted comments along with numerous financial stats pertaining to retirees and from what I gather it seems that the fortunate retirees are those that pla...
uechapa 07-12-2018 12:57 PM
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Ron Mesnard is surely glad to be alive, as we all should be whether we took good care of ourselves or not 'cause we're in the present, and the past can't usually be undone as in Ron's position. If a post has misspelled words, less than perfect gramma...
uechapa 04-05-2018 10:19 AM
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Living under your means & being virtually debt-free allows you to save and invest. I chose to invest in mutual funds and established a well diversified portfolio which survived 5 recessions since 1980, and a costly divorce, rather than fumble around ...
uechapa 11-07-2017 12:01 PM
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From the Single taxpayer perspective:  Nonsense, the 'middle class' will not benefit except for the extra $50 from the $12k standard deduction (vs $11,950 from the current standard deduction + personal exemption); however, those that are 65/blind wil...
uechapa 11-07-2017 07:53 AM
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The rich pay more in taxes than the middle class while the poor don't pay taxes yet get to collect a tax refund; therefore, given the current tax laws, the federal government is already a 'Robin Hood' by stealing from the rich and giving it away to t...
uechapa 11-07-2017 05:51 AM
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