On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 00:06:17 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Ray) wrote:
other "tax advantaged" retirement growth funds???? Not to mention all of that
untaxed interest growth, huh? Ray? Hopefully you AT LEAST converted your
medical INSURANCE from your previous employer. There is really a government
incentive to use the "KORBA" approach to insure you keep a doctor/clinic current
on your medical condition, as well as somewhat knowledgeable of their chosen
profession! In 2001 to keep my medical plan after resigning with 30 years and 3
days of employment and loyalty to the same company the monthly cost out of MY
POCKET was just under 1000$. Influenced no doubt, by my being divorced, head of
household, no dependents, no child support, alimony, or payments on 33% interest
"maxerd out" credit cards, or car payments. Just my mortgage payment of
1600$/month, utilities, and upkeep on my property. I guess I just forgot to
contractually commit to such a fine medical system. I was in a quandary trying
to figure out if it is worse not having medical plan coverage because you can't
afford it, or having medical plan coverage that you can't pay for? Heck, it
probably doesn't even matter since I likely couldn't afford to put gas in my
vehicle to get there anyway with today's prices. Don't even ask about my health
status of my teeth.....RAY?, Ray?....where are you at in this quagmire? Eh? Ray?
What was it about this forum/newsgroup that made you feel this was THE PLACE to
begin panhandling? Ray, I suggest checking out either the military or commit
some sort of capital crime and get tossed in prison....Those are the only places
with guaranteed room and board, with medical and dental included....let me know
what you find Ray....I will be right behind you most likely....cheers, Joe.
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