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Chris is 68 and Beth is 59. Chris has recently just retired from an executive position in a public company. They have always led a relatively simple and conservative lifestyle and as a result have built up a very significant, and liquid, net worth. As part of Chris’s retirement package, he has an annual pension payment of approx. $360,000 (inflating). The pension alone is enough to cover their annual living expenses of $230,000. As a result, they have a large annual cash flow surplus created by the $400k in annual dividends from their equity portfolios and their tax-exempt income from municipal bond portfolios totaling $1.1M.
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