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Old 12-14-2014, 06:02 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Debinnov a View Post
I will do that. Thanks, Alan. I did it earlier in the year and I THINK I understood it. The biggest question is that since 2015 will be our first year without earned income, and we are just now investing proceeds from sale of business, I really have no idea what my income from dividends and or interest will be. Hard to do projections until I get my allocation set with Vanguard.

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Given those circumstances, then even iORP will not be useful if you don't know what income streams to expect.

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