Let's plot out a silver retirement plan for a person who retires at 65 and expects to live to 90.
How much silver should she retire with?

The best way to answer this would be to assume that the conditions that have existed for 98% of recorded history will be restored like it was before the Federal Reserve distortion of America's money where many whole families lived off 1/10 ounce of silver for a day's work. The value of real money was relatively stable for many thousands of years. There is no reason that value of real constitutional money won't be restored after the reset if we can destroy the banksters. I reckon 27 work days a month (yes Saturdays too) would earn 2.7 ounces, which comes to about 32.4 ounces a year. For the 25 years that'd be 810 ounces. Because there are emergencies, in a just world a thousand ounces should cover the expenses of your whole retirement.

So if you have saved a thousand ounces of silver, you probably have enough.