High school sweethearts Bob and Sue stopped to eat on the journey to their 40th class reunion. After dining, about an hour down the road, Sue told Bob that they must return to the restaurant to retrieve her forgotten glasses. Bob made the U-turn and grumbled mightily all the way back on the return trip. Once parked in front of the restaurant, Sue exited the car. Bob then shouted, “while you’re in there you might as well ask for my wallet and credit cards too”. By my count, the bicentennial class of 1976 turns 58 this year. Class reunions are good reminders to assess where you have been and where you are going, as retirement and 50th class reunions come up fast. Take the time during these milestones to plan ahead for retirement and 30 years without a paycheck. Plan to enjoy the golden years.
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