Bankrate: Anything else you can share as far as how you are planning for your retirement and long-term financial future?
Greenberg: The way I try and handle my own finances is, I have a
bunch of money invested in a discretionary account, and my goal is to
let that go and never touch it. I don't ever use that money. Now, I feel
if I break even on what I bring in, my investments are growing without
my having to interfere with that. So that's what I consider my long-term
financial plan. If I never touch that money, and I have this money in
these 529s, which hopefully will pay for some, if not all, of my kids'
education, then the money I have that is growing, which will hopefully
go untouched for the next 20 years or so while I'm still working and maybe
even longer than that, should be more than enough for my wife and I to
retire on. So that's the financial strategy I have now.