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August 24, 2008



That's good news. I just thought it would be cool to have an option that would allow me to make more money, and when I die my family gets to keep that money instead of it staying with the government. Know what I mean.

My retirement plan doesn't include social security, but if it is still there, I'll consider that a bonus. Yet, if people do rely on soc. sec. for their retirement, they have to retire when the gov. tells them to, as opposed to 58.

Just a thought.

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