I don't think most Americans can save 1 million dollars simply because most of us don't make enough to save such a large amount. There is so much you have to look at when it comes to saving for old age. I think it's important to look at the age your elderly family memembers are when they pass away. If you from a family where it's pretty common to live to 90 years old, your retirement savings are probably going to need to be much more than someone whose family memebers pass away at 70. For the record, I come from one of those families where it's common to live until 90 on both sides. I'm terrified ! Soylent Green FTW
@@fo - Yea even the guys selling "lose ones" do so at two for a dollar.
@Freud - Congrats on going to medical school. You give me insperation.
@Candlemaker It's like when you are working with great people, you can actually enjoy going to work, but if you work with awful people it can just make all the difference in your experience. This is so true.
@ellabella- This is a good suggestion, something that I might do and the handwritten thank you card would make my day.
Sadly I find myself doing the same thing. What offer to do instead of giving a buck is to buy the person a sandwhich,a bottle of water, coffee or a swipe with my subway card.
I bet it's in association with the White House tracking out internet activity. If you're into dytopian and Apocolypse literature, may I suggest The Jakartar Epidemic and Moscow 2033
They purchased flat screens, motorcycles, luxury linens, and engagement rings with the checks that were issued once the university had covered their costs. HUH? Well comfortable sheets read not luxury sheets I can understand but paying for an engagement ring, flatscreen TV or motorcycle with a student loans OMG.
with the occasional stabbing over who didn’t return what book to the prison library on time. LOLROF That's Hilarious the feckless overeducated lifting weights in the yard and discussing Adorno and Arendt in the cafeteria Well built well read men are a +.
@WayDownSouth Fortunately, being passionate about a job is simply a buzzword. Soon it will go the way of synergy and multitasking and all the others. Please God I hope you are right.