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Yea I don't know what all the fuss is about.  Then again I never bother to indulge myself into such trivialities.  Either you got it or you don't.  

 

 

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Paid in dollars, spending pesos...   Best retirement plan evah!

come on guys lets not forget the sorrow our European brothers felt for us when the Euro was flying high and we were hitting 39 to the dollar true they said ha ha ha but they did not mean it deep insid

Still depreciating, along with many other currencies.  All good, if you're paid in USD.   Damn, it feels good to be an American!   LOL

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It wasn't that long ago when anything around 50 was just a dream.

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On 2/15/2021 at 3:25 PM, Soupeod said:

47.95

If you can't say something nice.....

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Dafey

1 USD = 48.3338 PHP

1 PHP = 0.0206894 USD

It bounces around but usually hovering about 48 plus a few centavos.

The thing is, the difference between 52, where it was for so long, and 48, where it is now, is

$1          4 PHP

$10        40 PHP

$100      400 PHP

$1000    4000 PHP

So a guy who retired on $3000 a month is down 12000 PHP or $250 a month from what it was. If you are on a $3000 budget that is more than an 8% cut. 

Let's see, what was the COLA for SS this year?

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2 hours ago, Dafey said:

1 USD = 48.3338 PHP

1 PHP = 0.0206894 USD

It bounces around but usually hovering about 48 plus a few centavos.

The thing is, the difference between 52, where it was for so long, and 48, where it is now, is

$1          4 PHP

$10        40 PHP

$100      400 PHP

$1000    4000 PHP

So a guy who retired on $3000 a month is down 12000 PHP or $250 a month from what it was. If you are on a $3000 budget that is more than an 8% cut. 

Let's see, what was the COLA for SS this year?

Yeah but look at the 10 year chart and go back about 8 years. I'm ok with 48

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