Re: Planning for Retirement, how much is enough?
It all depends, the more I look into it, the more I'm liking perpetual annuities. It's a matter of coming up with the capital to start it. When it comes to saving, I'm a non risk taker, my money stays in cd's and savings accounts, I need to learn to take a risk or two in order to see real gains. When I get a job here in a few years, my savings will probably be minimal because of other payments and bills that will come up then, eventually I want to put back at least 15% and put it in some sort of a high yield annuity or something.
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