AM rule of thumb
So I’m under the assumption that in the AM part, you shouldn’t make any assumptions/ own interpretations about the case facts.
I’ve noticed that in the answers, there are several cases which are regularly interpreted in a way that goes against what is said in the vignette. For example:
1) A ”home” that is excluded from portfolio can be used for leverage and cash needs.
2) Dude retiring in 5 years can re-enter the work force if need be.
If you're the first out the door, that's not called panicking
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