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" 'What,' I asked, 'is The Silver Bullet?'
"She shrugged, 'If baby boomers discover they don't have enough money to live on when

they're older, they can always blow their brains out.'" Karpel goes on to explain the

difference between the old Defined Benefit retirement plans and the new 401K plans which

are riskier. It is not a pretty picture for most people working today. And that is just

for retirement. When medical fees and long-term nursing home care are added to the

picture, the picture is frightening. In his 1995 book, he indicates that nursing-home fees

run from $30,000 to $125,000 per year. He went to a clean no-frills nursing home in his
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the medical care to someone younger. The older poor patient gets put to the back of the

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