Don't count your chickens before they hatch. Thinking there will be no taxes on that Roth account is presumptuous. With 10,000 people a day signing up for SS benefits and way less than that entering the workforce at good wages how do you think the Gov is going to pay those benefits ? By implementing new taxes !
For those that don't think it will happen take a look at Michigan. Since the inception of pensions, they were never taxed at the state level. Starting in 2012 the State of Michigan starts taxing pension income.
Only a matter of time before the State extends that policy to all 'pension' type accounts. In the end all states will get on that bandwagon as they all have revenue issues.
Really, Has it paid a div for 4 years?
Will it have a dive in 4 years?
Will your principle be gone in 4 years,
Take a look at ACAS if you want to see the roadmap to div cuts and what happens to the pps.
Same people running this company as that once proud div payer.
Oh wait......this time it will be different...lmao