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Once you resign from your job and join again you wont get much retirement benefits. And yes you have to join any private firm for work,

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$2.5 million at 2.5% interest (tax-free?) gives $62,500 per year. So if you need $80,000 per year, you need to take $17,500 from the principal, and your interest earned will go down. Not to worry, though. In 20 years you will still have $2 million. It will take 62 years before you run out of ...

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