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Old 10-19-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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Fidelity RIP Question

Previously when I've run the RIP program, the output is a nice spread sheet with year by year summary of income and expenses including taxes and RMDs. Today, when I ran it the taxes and RMDs were missing on the spread sheet. Am I looking in the wrong place or were these calculations deleted?
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I see the numbers for taxes and RMDs when I'm on the tab for "Analysis", to the right of the chart view is a link for "Detailed Cash Flow Summary".
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I see the numbers for taxes and RMDs when I'm on the tab for "Analysis", to the right of the chart view is a link for "Detailed Cash Flow Summary".
Thanks so much! I was not on the analysis tab.
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